Unified Communication and Mobile Technology (Unicomms)

Venue: De Vere Holborn Bars

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 20, 2010
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such as IP telephony, video conferencing, call control, speech recognition with non real-time communication services and mobile technology. The benefits are not only to provide a consistent unified user interface and experience but business process integration optimization. Mobility and unified communication is going to become more and more operational putting the onus on delivering a mobile answer not delivering a desktop answer.

Utilising legacy phone systems
Companies have legacy phone systems, but people sit in the office using their PDA’s and handheld devices, the possibility of having a GSM antenna that will sit in your building and it will grab the calls on your PDA and send them out over your phone system is becoming a reality. As most organisations will have negotiated fixed line and call rates, this can have a big impact on cost savings. Networks are going to change, there are new 21st century networks coming along with much cheaper price tags.

Video calls and travel costs
Video is coming of age. IP based video will remove the need for numerous ISDN lines, giving good quality HD video calls. With the development of good quality video calls meetings can be held on site saving travel time and costs. This will also benefit of the development of client relationships by adding the personal touch.

Delegate information
Why is Unified Communication and Mobile Technology 2010 ‘by qualification only'?

Because Unified Communication and Mobile 2010 is designed to enable senior IT Directors, Managing Partners in the legal profession and MD’S, CEO’s, CIO’s and CTO’s in the private and public sector to learn from each other’s experience we apply strict qualification criteria. This ensures all delegates are of a similar level of seniority, experience and responsibility. In order to qualify you will need to have a project to implement unified communication or mobile technology, with assigned budget.

Who should attend?
• Network Managers
• Network Architects
• Telecoms Directors/Managers
• ICT Manager/Directors
• IS Directors/Managers
• Data Managers/Architects/Administrators
• Voice Managers/Architects/Administrators
• IS Directors/Managers
• Technical Architects
• Systems Managers/Administrators
• Infrastructure Managers
• Project Managers
• Business Managers

The programme
This has been researched with IT Directors, senior members of government and enterprise and leading solution providers. From this in-depth research, we have isolated the key challenges and developed a programme which addresses these.
All sessions are entirely practitioner-led, meaning you hear "real-life" case studies of the challenges and benefits of unified communications and mobile technology.

One-to-one meetings
The 30 minute consultative one-to-one sessions will give you the opportunity to sit down with senior representatives from leading solution providers, and quiz them on exactly how they can help you solve your challenges.

Superior networking opportunities
Our strict qualification process guarantees uniformly senior delegates at the same stages of strategic decision-making, facing the same management and implementation issues.
The structure of the event allows plenty of opportunity to discuss and debate strategies and develop business contacts.