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Graham is a Director of Solutions Architecture at Pexip. He focuses on making meetings and collaboration simple, regardless of location or technology. Graham has been working in the IT and UC&C industries for nearly 20 years with special expertise in voice, video and collaboration technologies, and at companies such as Polycom and Dimension Data before he joined Pexip. As Graham has worked both as a user, reseller and with vendors of technologies, he is very familiar with the challenges organizations face.
Graham Walsh Seminars
Transitioning collaboration from on-premises to cloud - best practices Wed 17th May 13:00 - 13:30
Transitioning collaboration from on-premises to cloud - best practices
Today, moving collaboration and communications to the cloud is a no-brainer for many companies. It is easily accessible, easy to purchase and acquire, and is, for the most part, easy to understand for end users. However, many enterprises, and especially larger ones and those within special sectors, are reluctant to move their UC&C to “the cloud”.
This session looks at best practices for how enterprises can retain their ownership and control of UC&C infrastructure, whilst moving securely to the cloud. How to simplify management, reduce costs, increase scalability, and at the same time rest assured that their platform is theirs, and no one else’s.
Time / Place
Wed 17th May 13:00 to 13:30
Driving UC&C user adoption: making it individual and personal Thu 18th May 11:40 - 12:10
Driving UC&C user adoption: making it individual and personal
Organisations invest in UC&C solutions to drive productivity and employee collaboration. Still, many struggle with user adoption, and getting the desired results. This happens especially in organisations with diverse solutions for communications, and no simple way of combining them.
Data shows that personalising and creating individual solutions lead to a strong increase in user adoption. This session discusses user requirements, experiences and expectations for how organisations want to, and can drive user adoption, and showcases several examples.
Time / Place
Thu 18th May 11:40 to 12:10