While the transformation of Voice is well under way, the business advantages offered by barrier-free communication and collaboration are motivating a growing number of enterprises to accelerate their adoption of newly converged presence- and voice-enabled applications. Having a trusted partner to guide your enterprise through this often complex process is the best way to ensure a successful outcome.

Our presenters will be discussing:

IDC—Courtney Munroe, Group VP, Telecommunications Research: Mr. Munroe is responsible for IDC's continuous research programs that focus on U.S. and worldwide telecommunications services trends. These include landline and mobile telecommunications, including the analysis and forecasting of demand side trends, and Service Provider transformation and segment dynamics.

AT&T—Wayne Crolley Director, Global Business Development, AT&T Unified Communications Center of Excellence: Mr. Crolley leads teams in the pursuit of Unified Communications opportunities on an international scale. He also provides senior technical leadership to address the needs of large multinational corporations through the assessment of business needs and by leading technical teams in developing and delivering complex managed, hosted and cloud-based global solutions.

Register today to attend our free live webinar:

Transforming Your Voice: What You Need to Know

This webinar occurred on, July 27, 2011:

Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs, COOs & General Managers
  • IT Directors
  • Business Owners
  • Telecom Managers & Directors
  • IT/IS Analysts & Managers

Free White Paper

As a thank-you for attending this live webcast, we invite you to download a free copy of the IDC white paper - Voice Transformation: The Path to Unified Communications. A link to download your copy will be sent to you after the event.

Register to learn about:

  • The evolutionary process of Voice Transformation - moving from individual products, services and applications to an integrated, converged solution
  • VoIP as the foundation for transforming your Voice
  • How SIP acts as a key enabler of communications applications, allowing them to integrate with an all IP-based network
  • Why VoIP is both a critical application and a key enabler for Unified Communications

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