UC EXPO 2016 will host a series of major keynote panel debate sessions exploring “The Future of” the key technologies which underpin communication and collaboration in enterprise and public sector organisations. If your organisation has deployed any of these technologies, or plans to, then these sessions are utterly un-missable.
As communications continues its inevitable migration to the data network existing security measures are not up to the job. Cyber security issues around BYOD and flexible working practices should be keeping you awake at night!
Embracing unified communications, mobility and flexible working will change your business but will also provide an increased attack surface for cyber criminals. This panel will explore the changing landscape of comms security and arm you for the future.
Cloud communications are revolutionising the way organisations work – this major panel session will explore the future developments of the technology and arm you with everything you need to know – take full advantage!.
As organisations move from expensive telepresence room-based systems to multipurpose room systems and increasingly software solutions, the technology has become cheaper and more useful to more people.
The future of video collaboration promises to be a major disruptor in how we work and communicate across distances. This panel will give you unique access to world class experts who will share their vision.
Unified Communications has finally come of age and is a mainstream technology. Driven by the mega brands this panel session will bring it all together and discuss the world of Unified Communications and all the key issues. If your organisation is considering deploying UC or has already invested then hearing the future development plans of the major vendors should be an incredibly valuable session to attend.
Senior executives from the key vendors, including Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft and Tata Communications will share their differing strategies in this major keynote panel session – this is one not to be missed!