Tim Poindexter, VP Marketing | Dave Bottomley, Senior Solutions Engineer
In today’s business world, communication matters more than ever. People want to communicate in new ways everyday: more channels, more devices, more flexibility. But these demands rely on a new generation of technology, operating in real-time. What happens if the technology isn’t reliable? Digital services to customers are unreachable. Phones stop working. Video conferences crash.
A small outage can have a big impact. Businesses need to react quickly and get to the root cause to find a solution. They need to ensure their UC is reliable, and optimized.
Unified communications are the arteries and veins of your organization and its connection to the outside world. Internally, you can’t function properly when there are problems. Externally, you’re paralyzed when there’s an outage. Unified communications keep the heart of the organization pumping.
Without effective communications and collaboration capabilities, employees are at a competitive disadvantage with slower product development and decision making overall. Reliable communications and collaboration infrastructure that helps employees work efficiently enables your organization to breathe.
Timothy Lothering, Architect – Cloud Voice, Microsoft / Matthew Jackson, Senior solutions engineer IR
The shift to the cloud requires rethinking how enterprises and partners Envision, Onboard and Drive Value with cloud services.
Hear practical guidance on Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams including network readiness assessment.
2017 has been a big year in UC, the increased impacts of AI, Microsoft's announcement Teams, Avaya exiting Chapter 11 and Cisco's continued march toward the cloud, just to name a few.
What will 2018 have in store? Join this webinar to get the lowdown on predictions for 2018 so you can stay ahead of the game.
UC moves quickly from on premise to cloud to mobility. Hear our predictions for 2018 including vendors like Microsoft, Avaya to Cisco. Also key technologies like cloud, mobility, contact centre and testing.
When Microsoft launched Teams in 2016 many wondered what this would mean for Skype for Business. Join us to hear from Microsoft's David Branscome on the road ahead for Intelligent Communications and collaboration.
Matthew Jackson, Senior solutions engineer IR / Damien Margaritis, Practice Manager Modern Workplace, Insync Technology
Join to hear the latest on Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams.The differences how they will work together, common implementation problems and managing adoption. Hear user stories from Microsoft Australia partner of the year award winner Insync Technology.
Skype for Business success depends on the end-user experience and adoption. But how can you ensure this will work? Is your network able to handle the load? Join us to learn how you can deliver faster ROI on a Skype for Business deployment.
Monitoring POS or ATM transactions is complex. Hear the latest in how industry leading Prognosis software helps large Financial institutions monitor fraudulent activity and up-time across payments networks.
Skype for Business is transforming the UC landscape, but how can organizations effectively evaluate Microsoft's UC offering and the readiness of their own environment? This session will review UC assessment software in detail.
Dave Tupling, Global Microsoft Alliance Director | Ali Athar- Solutions Engineer, IR
Many organizations are implementing or assessing Skype for Business. Adoption of the technology is critical to success and delivering ROI, but how can this be measured and improved? This webinar will show how.
Skype for Business is transforming the UC landscape, but how can organizations effectively evaluate Microsoft's UC offering and the readiness of their own environment? This session will look at the key steps to make an effective evaluation.
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More than 1000 organizations in over 60 countries—including some of the world’s largest banks, airlines and telecommunication companies, rely on IR Prognosis software to provide business-critical insights and ensure continuity-critical systems deliver high availability and performance for millions of their customers across the globe. For further information on IR, visit www.ir.com.