CX-E 9 Offers Greater Flexibility
in The Transition to Cloud UC to All Enterprises
The new CX-E version features unmatched scalability, multi-tenancy and support for Microsoft’s Encryption File System for end-to-end secure messaging.
As cloud adoption continues to accelerate within medium and large enterprises, CX-E 9 facilitates considerably scalability by supporting up to 5 million messages stored and 60,000 users. It enables multi-tenancy allowing service providers to accommodate new customers more quickly and economically, all while maintaining their privacy. In addition, it can integrate with all telephony and email systems, premise to cloud, from any UC vendor – Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya, Google, and more.
Facilitate Cloud Migration
Highlighted features of CX-E 9 include:
Encrypted Stored Messages
Support for Microsoft Exchange UM/Office 365 Forms
Virtualisation using Microsoft Hyper-V 2016
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Compatibility
MWI for Google Gmail
Text Notification in NotifyXpress®
Call Recording in TeamQ®
“AVST remains steadfast in its commitment to provide the most interoperable and resilient UC platform in the market,” said Tom Minifie, AVST General Manager. “With the largest airlines, universities and hospitals relying on CX-E, it is imperative that we offer a feature-rich UC platform that works reliably in the most rigorous of conditions. If there is one thing an IT department can count on, it is change. AVST has always delivered reliable products that help manage through technological change. CX-E 9 continues on this path by bringing together the best enterprise-class UC features that future-proof IT investments.”
CX-E 9 also includes end-to-end secure messaging, where messages are secured throughout storage, transport and endpoint. This latest release supports EFS, which enables CX-E-stored messages to be transparently encrypted to protect confidential data from attackers with physical access to the computer.