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Tune in from 2pm GMT today as El Reg's expert panel unveiled the findings of our Unified Comms study and responds live Reg to reader questions.

The level of comms in many businesses is old-fashioned and fragmented. The ICT industry hasn’t helped much either – vendors may have developed the latest, greatest generation of products and services to get us communicating and sharing information in a more joined up manner, but they’ve been rubbish at explaining it all to mere mortals.

So we have teamed up with our analyst chums Freeform Dynamics and NEC to get to the bottom of this topic. This month's Reg reader Unified Comms survey has yielded some great insights into the state of, and best practice around, business communications today.

This webcast is the first chance to see all the best bits of the study. Wherever you’re at with your communications strategy, join the conversation as we explore this complex and until now hard to pin down topic.

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