From elementary school to universities, educational institutions are a place where millions of people can broaden their horizons and learn more about the things that interest them and the world around them. Think about all the ways students, teachers and administrators communicate with one another on a daily basis and all the opportunities available at educational institutions to further improve the way students learn. That’s why Information Technology (IT) decision makers at educational institutions should always be looking for ways to obtain knowledge and communicate more effectively. One of the best ways to do this involves unified communication services. Here are some ways this service can help educational institutes to thrive.
IP telephony and other unified communication services allows users to leverage the Internet to make calls. This significantly reduces costs in terms of monthly charges and maintenance fees. Schools and universities or colleges can save a lot thanks to Voice over IP (VoIP), which enables administrators to customize settings based on the best route, time intervals, fixed prices, etc. Unified communication services also give schools the liberty to build their own charging plans, which ultimately reduces costs in the long run and provides better management of the system.
Better Interactions between Staff and Parents
A solid unified communication system provides many opportunities to improve the relationship between staff and parents. It also helps students, parents, staff, teachers and administrators collaborate more efficiently and productively. One way that unified communications can be used is to provide more effective ways for tutoring and teaching.
Improved Learning Experience with Video Conferencing
Learning has become more collaborative, as students, teachers, parents, and the community become more engaged in the education process. Take video conferencing solutions, for example. Students from various colleges and universities are able to collaborate on projects and share their learning experiences. Unified communications helps you create dynamic, media-rich environments that promote the success of students and faculty. Information from unified communications can be displayed at your convenience as well. Content can be interactive using classroom computers, digital screens in common areas, student laptops, and even mobile devices. Students can work on projects and interact with their teachers collaboratively, from wherever they are.
Your administrators can benefit from converged communications that allow for seamless, simplified collaboration providing an effective real-time experience. Unified communications provides efficient collaboration between colleges and universities, improves productivity, and reduces costs through the use of video and web conferencing for meetings. It also improves the sharing of best practices and training, without the need for expensive and time-consuming travel. Additional features include video on demand for staff notifications, training, coursework, and campus updates.
Get Support from High Tech Communications
If you are looking for a partner to provide you with unified communication services, High Tech Communications can help you. We understand the importance of making sure your system runs smoothly so you can communicate more effectively. Based in Aurora, Canada, we provide cloud and on site services that can transform your business. We also partner with several first-rate service providers to bring excellent security and surveillance technology to our clients. Our services also include providing, programming, installing and supporting VoIP phone systems and data solutions (on site or in the cloud) that can benefit a host of sectors in the Greater Toronto Area such as education, healthcare, hospitality, call centres, and countless types of businesses. We provide dedicated communication support across national, regional, and international accounts. To learn more about how we can help you get more out of your communications, contact us toll-free at 1-(800) 853-2335.