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    • Crisis Communication After an Attack
      Crisis Communication After an Attack Chris Leach, Chief Technologist (HPE). Vitor De Souza, VP, Global Communications (FireEye) Recorded: Oct 19 2016 3:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • Are you prepared?
      It’s headline news. Cyber attackers are increasingly more sophisticated and data breaches are becoming common place. Some say “it’s not a question of if you’ll be breached, but when”. You need a plan.

      Even the most security-conscious organizations are not prepared for the necessary actions needed to gain control after a cyberattack. Preparing an emergency response communication plan keeps stakeholders informed following a breach. Taking an early communication approach will combat rumor and conjecture. The breach is now a business problem. From employees and customers to partner and suppliers – people need to be confident the situation is being addressed, managed, and resolved.

      Communication is key.
      Smart organizations view their security crisis-communication plan as an ongoing necessity. Get ahead of the reactive situation and decrease the uncertainty. Involve the company’s top leaders across the cross-functional organization. Create a framework for answering questions honestly and with integrity. Share information up front and often. Frequent detailed communication couple with action timelines creates confidence.

      Get operational in real time.
      You can’t control the communication cycle without having done some work in advance. A well-developed crisis response plan with different scenarios will train your team to operate in real time when the inevitable occurs. You can take control of the situation with timely communications.

      Be prepared. Join us for our upcoming webinar to learn how to build a strong crisis-communication foundation for your organization.

      See you online!

      The HPE FireEye Team

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    • End-to-End Architecture for NFV Cloud Communications
      End-to-End Architecture for NFV Cloud Communications Douglas Tait, Director Oracle Communications Solutions Marketing Recorded: Aug 16 2016 3:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • As cloud technologies revolutionize the business model of enterprise computing, the telecommunications industry is leveraging the potential of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) as a telco flavor of network cloud computing. Cloud computing in communications opens the market to CSPs or Enterprises to take advantage of communications services without owning the equipment or the network – similar to cloud computing in enterprises where the actual computing is done in a data center not owned by the customer. The full range of NFV benefits can be better realized by adopting a fresh approach to service development, instantiation and configuration that builds on the strengths of this computing model. With the NFV and cloud computing approach, services are built differently and run differently but should be consumed like services based on a legacy, non-NFV platforms. These new differences require a new model of thinking, consideration of the inherent trade-offs when planning solutions or services and an understanding of the design patterns that achieve the best results in the most efficient way. This webcast will cover –
      -Cloud business model for driving NFV services
      -The timeline on how to get to Cloud Communications
      -The VNF Cloud requirements for Communications

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    • Doing vs. Knowing and the Paradox of Communications Engagement
      Doing vs. Knowing and the Paradox of Communications Engagement Tony DeAscentis, CEO of Ving and Jeff Wallace, CEO of Global Kinetics Recorded: Aug 16 2016 5:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • For workers in all kinds of organizations, a good and ‘productive’ day too often seems to be defined by numbers. The number of emails sent and the elusive triumph of InBox Zero. The number of files shared through DropBox or collaborated on through Google Docs. The number of messages answered/read/posted through Facebook or WhatsApp. The number of channels on Slack.The number of direct messages on Twitter. The number of video conversations on Skype. Somehow, these numbers have come to define employee productivity and even worth.

      That’s a problem. There is a communications engagement paradox. Because there are so many forms of communication, accompanied by massive pressure to ‘just get it done,’ we might actually be communicating less effectively. The truth is that we are spending so much time and energy in the everyday ‘doing’ that there is no ‘knowing’ in relationship to which efforts drive engagement and action over time. Without ever ‘knowing,’ a communication engagement gap between sender and receiver is bound to grow.

      Join us to discover new technologies in unified communications and how to drive engagement in the cloud.

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    • 8 Criteria for Enterprise-Grade Cloud Communications
      8 Criteria for Enterprise-Grade Cloud Communications Max Ball Recorded: Jun 6 2016 6:40 pm UTC 56 mins
    • What does it mean to have an enterprise-grade cloud communications solution? Many providers may claim to offer it, but not all can deliver. And if always-on, reliable and global communications are mission-critical for your business, you need to ensure your cloud provider is making the "grade".

      In this complimentary webinar, we will discuss 8 standard elements that all companies should look out for when exploring a cloud communications solution, including:

      The flexibility to extend international services and global reach
      Potential risks of downtime and non-compliance when solutions are not enterprise-grade
      The ability to integrate with contact center, CRM and productivity applications

      Who should attend:
      CIOs, Directors of IT or Infrastructure
      Anyone interested in unifying their communications and collaboration infrastructure onto a single, secure, reliable platform – simply
      Those seeking a way to replace outdated or disparate legacy systems across multiple locations.

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    • Top 10 Tips Executives Need to Know About Next-Gen Business Communications
      Top 10 Tips Executives Need to Know About Next-Gen Business Communications Roberta J. Fox, Chairman & Chief Innovation Officer and Stephen W. Lawson, Chief Technology Advocate, FOX GROUP Technology Recorded: Jul 16 2015 5:00 pm UTC 52 mins
    • Navigating through the changing communications technology landscape (not to mention ever-changing vendor hype) can be a challenge for any business or technology professional charged with managing the oversight of assessing, designing, selecting and installing new technologies.

      In this fast-paced session the senior FOX GROUP leaders will provide you with their insights to help you navigate this complex changing new world of UC, VoIP, telecom and Internet of Things. They separate the fact from fiction with an objective, vendor-neutral perspective based on extensive experience helping enterprise, government and non-profit organizations of all sizes assess, select and deploy next generation technology solutions.

      Join us for a 'Fireside Chat' with international Communications Technology Expert, Roberta J. Fox, Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer of FOX GROUP Technology, as she presents the top trends, issues and considerations in Unified Communications , Telecommunications and Internet of Things. She will be joined by Stephen W. Lawson, Chief Technology Advocate who will provide his insight and opinions from an IT operations and human resource perspective.

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