Sign up for one or more breakout briefing sessions (50 minutes each). Attendees will learn about the latest available Cisco Collaboration products, industry trends, best practices and more. Contact your Cisco Account Manager to sign up for one of these private breakout sessions today!
|Growing Voice to Include Video|
Video is a growing business communications mandate. As enterprises take advantage of video as part of ongoing business process transformation initiatives, they need an approach that makes sure of scalability, manageability, and flexibility across a multitude of devices, applications, and operating systems. Join us as we discuss how your architecture can:
|SIP Trunking and Session Management|
SIP trunking and session management are high on IT’s agenda for good reasons: they deliver significant cost savings, simplify the network, and extend rich collaborative services to users. Consider new strategies that take maximum advantage of your existing assets while generating cost savings that will help you fund and achieve the flexible foundation for future growth that you envision.
Learn how to:
|Cisco’s Own Journey to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)|
Employees are bringing their own smartphones, tablets, and laptops into enterprises in increasing numbers.
|Collaboration in the Cloud: When and Why||Cloud is a new deployment model that provides opportunities to accelerate deployment and change the funding model for collaboration services. This session will explore primary decision points to help you make informed choices about when cloud is the right choice for your organization. Gather useful insights into significant movements in the industry and the trends shaping collaboration strategies. By sharing typical “collaboration challenges” that we hear from customers, and what applications they are moving to the cloud and why, this will help you create your own framework for determining what, when, why, and how to move to the cloud for collaboration.|
|Bringing Collaboration to Midsize Businesses|
Midsize organizations compete with both David and Goliath. Success hinges on consistently making smart decisions—including the use of smart technology. Technology should enable an organization, regardless of size, to meet the needs of its employees and customers; it should also allow businesses to adapt in order to sustain these efforts. Deployed technology must increase business productivity without increasing the risk often associated with change, while concurrently:
This session is ideal for companies with up to 1000 employees.
|Customer Collaboration: Trends, Solutions, and Best Practices|
Is your business keeping up with your customers and differentiating itself from your competitors—in a good way? Join this fast-paced session to pinpoint where the contact center industry is headed (hint: think cloud, mobile, video, and consolidation) and to review the latest strategies for offering world-class service to your own customers. We'll share best practices and real-world examples of businesses that are leading the way in collaborative customer care
|Collaboration in a Mobile World|
The emergence of BYOD is driving demand for collaboration on mobile devices. This session will provide an overview of Cisco’s current offerings enabling anytime, anywhere mobile collaboration. We will discuss top customer use cases.
|Capturing the Value of Collaboration, Justifying the Investment||IT has an increasingly critical role in promoting organizational empowerment, employee engagement and innovation to deliver business value. The Cisco Customer Business Transformation (CBT) team has a proven methodology to help IT discover and capture the value of collaboration technologies with their business counterparts. We will share multiple customer examples and show how the business case for collaboration IT investment is justified. Also, in this session, see the latest innovation demos on how collaboration occurs “in app,” where leading companies are not just looking at deploying collaboration tools (meetings, video, social, and so on) but also actually embedding them into business processes. This allows IT executives to create competitive differentiation for the business.|