Announcing A VoiceCon Webinar:
Date: November 14, 2007
Unified Communications (UC) has tremendous potential to alter the IP Telephony/convergence market, but there's still confusion over what UC really is, and whether it's ready for prime time. While it may take us several years to realize the full vision of Unified Communications, elements of UC are being implemented today, and enterprises are starting to build a foundation of unified messaging and other UC components that will represent the first steps toward complete UC implementation.
Helge: Unified communication, convergence, unified messaging...
In this 60-minute Web cast, a leading industry analyst and a subject matter expert from a top UC technology provider will help you understand where UC is today and where it's headed, and they'll offer their vision for how you get from here to there. They'll also offer a reality check that will help you separate UC hype from the market's real status today.
Helge: What does it mean?
Our speakers will also respond to your questions and seek your opinions via online polls and comments throughout the session.
Helge: Interactive, good point, we can talk.
You'll leave the Webinar with a clearer idea of what's real about UC today, what's still in the future, and how you can create a roadmap for your enterprise's UC evolution.
Helge: Roadmap, how to use and to apply
The webinar is presented by VoiceCon—the people who bring you the industry's leading IP Telephony/UC/convergence events. The VoiceCon Webinar series presents the same kind of objective, technically deep, reliable information that our events are known for, and brings them to your desktop so you can participate without having to leave the office.
Helge: First time I learn about this company. Should I register? What about you?
This Web-based seminar is offered free of charge. Register here.
Moderator: Eric Krapf, Co-Chair, VoiceCon; Editor, Business Communications Review
Presenters: Irwin Lazar, Principal Analyst & Program Director, Collaboration & Convergence, Nemertes Research
Hardy Myers, President and CEO, Applied Voice and Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST)
We look forward to sharing the hour with you.
Helge: Did you think about having Rich Media content on Huliq?