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On-Demand Webcast This final instalment in our unified comms series gets to the meat and potatoes of living with Unified Communications.

It’s a detailed look at what you can expect once you’ve implemented a unified communications solution.

As ever, the programme is fronted by our highly experienced end user, Darren Lloyd, from Newport City Homes, who’s sharing wisdom from his recent, green field Unified Comms roll-out. He’s joined by Dale Vile from Freeform Dynamics, Steve Tassell from Microsoft and Andy Simpkins from Dell. The Register’s own Tim Phillips is fronting the proceedings.

Between them they run the whole gamut of post implementation benefits, challenges and experiences you can expect from a unified communications roll out.

This includes how processes can be streamlined, how to deliver support for remote working, managing over zealous users and the inevitable bombardment of IM and conferencing requests – all the way down to process, policy, monitoring and management.

For anyone embarking on a unified comms project this should be just the fillip you need. You can watch it right here, for free.

Missed the previous instalments? Here they are.
Unified communications in context?
Practicalities of unified comms implementation

Beginner's guide to SSL certificates

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