Visit InterCall at VoiceCon and Learn More About Our UC Solutions
October 28, 2009 @ 11:25 AM | By Cambria Vaccaro
Enterprises are showing strong interest in deploying Unified Communications (UC) solutions because of their next generation collaboration features, enhanced voice capabilities, promise of reduced cost and improved workflow. In short, UC integrates real-time and non-real-time communications, like IM, telephony, conferencing and more, across multiple communication devices in a single unified interface.
To help companies better understand, implement and embrace UC solutions, InterCall currently offers:
- Audio federation with Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 and OCS R2
- Assessment and design
- Pilot program management
- Deployment assistance
- Adoption and training
- Hosted Live Meeting
- Microsoft Online Services, also known as Business Productivity Online Suite or “BPOS”
Check out the Unified Communication and Collaboration section of InterCall.com to learn more about these solutions and find out how we can help you. In addition, you can stop by our booth (#409) at VoiceCon 2009 on November 3-4 at the Moscone North Convention Center in San Francisco. Billed as "the leading enterprise communications event," the show will also feature booths and speakers from some of our partner companies like Cisco, IBM, Microsoft and Polycom.
While at the show, you may want to consider attending some of these UC-related sessions:
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Choices in UC: Comparing Microsoft Office Communications Server to IBM Lotus Sametime
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Managed/Hosted Services for UC
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
UC Leadership Roundtable: How Far Have We Come? What's Next?
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Comparing UC Options and Vendors: Who's Offering What?
For more information about the show, be sure to check out the VoiceCon San Francisco 2009 website or the No Jitter blog, which is brought to you by the same people who produce VoiceCon. And remember to stop by Booth #409. We'll see you there!
Cambria Vaccaro is the Senior Director, Marketing Communications and our “Industry News” blogger. Cambria has been in the conferencing industry for nearly fifteen years, and has seen it evolve from a traditional video bridging service to include cool web features and remote communication services. She is an avid runner, cook, wife and mother of two gorgeous girls.