Flexible working with a cloud-based communication?
Is this the future of work or just the idea of the manufacturer?
In a round of high-profile independent consultants, Detlev Artelt will discuss these questions with representatives from Microsoft (Mark Weisbrod) , Siemens (Jan Hickisch), Avaya (Uwe Remy) and the NetTask (Marco Rutzke) and thus builds on the very successful and well attended event from the previous year.
The Forum Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC ) is characterized by product-neutral information and will take place in cooperation with the eco – Association of the German Internet Industry. Detlev Artelt already conducts the expert group of the UCC eco – Association for 6 years and has implemented a number of lectures and seminars with the participation of the speakers involved.
Each speaker presents himself and his topic in a short 2 Minute talk and is ready to answer questions from the audience and the presenter in the following panel discussion. The forum Unified Communications & Collaborations will take place Online on Wednesday 30th of October 2013 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on GMT +1
– Improved communication in small and medium-sized enterprises – Is that possible?
Detlev Artelt , CEO and Senior Consultant aixvox GmbH
– UC – lever for a flexible working environment in small and medium-sized enterprises
Mark Weisbrod , SSP Communications Microsoft Germany GmbH
– The communication of the future
Jan Hikisch, VP Portfolio Management , Siemens Enterprise Communications
– Communication out of the socket – the German cloud
Marco Rutzke , Managing Partner (CEO) NetTask GmbH
Panel discussion on Google Hangout
The “increase of the competitiveness by OTHER Communication” is the topic of the panel discussion and thus reflects one of the core issues of today’s businesses. Other topics will be safety, acceptance of change and examples from practice.
30th of October 2013, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on GMT +1
Join us online at the Google Hangout
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