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Cisco is pleased to offer a live webcast, How to Migrate to Unified Communications from Legacy Phone Systems, that will focus on the design, planning, and execution best practices required to enable you to move your organization to a Cisco® Unified Communications Solution. Cisco Unified Communications enable collaboration so that organizations can quickly adapt to market changes while increasing productivity, improving competitive advantage through speed and innovation, and delivering a rich-media experience across any workspace, securely and with optimal quality.
By implementing these solutions, you will unify communications among co-workers, partners, vendors, and customers so they can collaborate more effectively. Using presence technology, they will know when someone is available and the preferred way of contacting them. Coupled with instant messaging, video, audio, and online data collaboration, your users will receive a rich-media collaboration experience. You will be able to integrate unified communications into business applications to transform business processes and increase customer satisfaction . With interoperability of applications with vendors such as IBM and Microsoft, your employees will be able to collaborate in real time using their favorite tools and applications. It’s more than just moving from one call processing product to another -- it’s about taking the first step to open up your world to collaboration and business productivity.
Targeted for PBX and key system technicians, this session will review the similarities and differences between the legacy phone systems and Cisco Unified Communications. We will share proven design, planning, and execution best practices for migrating at your own pace from traditional PBX environments to Cisco Unified Communications. We’ll discuss how to smoothly migrate, outlining factors which will influence a successful migration, and under what circumstances you may wish to complete a “flash cut”.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. EDT
Bob Close, Technical Marketing Engineer, Enterprise Voice Systems Architecture
Marquis Harper, Advanced Services Network Consulting Engineer, IP Communications Delivery