Mobility in the Public Sector

Chris Barrow, Unified Communications Marketing Director, EMEA
Chris Barrow will host a session looking at why with ever increasing pressure to achieve performance targets, demonstrate value for money and deliver increased customer satisfaction, the time is right for the public sector to take the step into Unified Communications. Chris will highlight the benefits of mobility for the public sector, including some case studies of those who have already taken the lead in this area.
Dec 9 2008
32 mins
Mobility in the Public Sector
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