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Webcast El Reg is broadcasting the results of last month's Tech Panel Unified Communications Study in an interactive webcast on 20th November at 2pm GMT (9am EST).

Reg readers have shared your experiences and advice, into the state of, and best practice around, business communications today. Join our panel of seasoned analysts and industry experts as they pore over the results.

This webcast discusses:

  • Why ‘unified comms’ remains an unfulfilled promise
  • Enhancing collaboration and decision-making in your business
  • How and where advanced communications can be harnessed to optimise business processes
  • Why it is all worth bothering with and how to make comms really work in your business

Reserving your place will only take a moment. For those of you who can't make it on the day an on-demand version will come out in due course, so sign up and we will let you know when it is ready.

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