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What’s Your UC Strategy?
June 18, 2010 @ 12:03 PM | By Ken Kurz

When developing a Unified Communications (UC) strategy, there comes a point when you have to make decisions about what applications to keep on premise and what applications can and should be hosted, or ‘in the cloud.’ But what factors are involved in making those choices? And how do the various vendors, like Microsoft, Cisco, Google and others, approach UC delivery?

Thursday, June 24 at 1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 Pacific, we’ll be joined by UC experts Damon Martin and Rodney Horton of SKT for a webinar titled, “Hosted or On-premise? Developing a UC Strategy that Fits Your Needs.” SKT and InterCall are both a part of West Corporation.

Attend and learn:

• What can and cannot be delivered via cloud
• Best practices for building a UC strategy
• How the major vendors approach the cloud
• The pitfalls and benefits of integrating hosted and on-premise applications
• Real-world case studies

Register Now!

SKT is a leading UC consulting firm and national systems integrator (NSI) with numerous UC certifications and designations. The event will feature a Q&A session, so take advantage of your chance to get free, expert advice! For more information about SKT and the services they provide, send an email to ucsales@intercall.com. Are you working on a UC strategy for your business? Please share your tips and challenges with us!

Ken_6 Ken Kurz, Director of Product Management for Unified Communications. Kurz is responsible all aspects of the UC product portfolio and is constantly working to add to and refine our UC solutions and services.

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