CISCO UNITY FUNDAMENTALS MOISES GONZALEZ
Cisco Unity Fundamentals: Morgan, Brian, Gonzalez, Moises
Brian coauthored the CCNP BCRAN Exam Certification Guide, Second Edition, for Cisco Press. Moises Gonzalez is a Cisco AVVID test engineer for Cisco Systems, where he focuses on testing Cisco CallManager integration with Cisco Unity and other voice-mail systems. He has more than 10 years of data networking and telecommunications experience.4/5(6)Publish Year: 2004Author: Brian Morgan, Moises GonzalesAuthor: Brian Morgan, Moises Gonzalez
Title Page - Cisco Unity Fundamentals [Book]
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Moises Gonzalez | Cisco Press
Moises Gonzalez is a Test Engineer working in the CallManager engineering group at Cisco Systems, where he focuses on testing CallManager with Unity. He has more than 10 years of networking experience, and prior to joining Cisco Systems, he provided technical assistance for the Unity product and was an instructor for CTI-based solutions.
Cisco Unity Fundamentals | Cisco Press
Cisco Unity Fundamentals provides design and administration goals for migrating from PBX to Cisco IP Telephony, as well as working in a mixed PBX/Cisco IP Telephony environment. You will learn about the transition from the traditional model, with separate architectures for voice-mail and e-mail systems, to supporting unified messaging: e-mail
Introducing Cisco Unified Communications System Fundamentals
This chapter introduces the Cisco unified communications system. To administer Cisco Unity and Cisco PA efficiently and effectively, it is important to have an understanding of the environment they inhabit and operate within. Understanding how calls route through the systems and what you can do with them as they travel is crucial to your ability to administer a Cisco unified communications system.