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Lync 2013 Free Webinar Series

Lync 2013 Free Webinar Series

A new 4-part online webinar on Lync 2013 is starting November 5th, focusing on:

  • how you can develop your business case for Lync
  • how to use Lync to change user behavoir
  • why Lync can be the answer for your call centre
  • how you can leverage SIP trunking

The sessions are as follows:

Nov 5th
The Art of the Possible

The Lync platform can be used to fundamentally change user behavior and the culture of a business. By positioning Lync at the heart of application and business process integration, it’s possible to enable what we call the communications-enabled business. Our approach has been used to successfully drive meaningful user adoption and enable organizations to derive tangible business value from the adoption of Lync.

Presenter: John Lamb @johnlamb

Date Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Time 10:00 – 11:00am PST  (1800-1900 GMT)
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Nov 21st
Importance of Call Centers

In addition to being an outstanding unified communications platform Lync can also be the foundation for a dynamic call center. Join Modality and Clarity as we discuss the ins and outs of running your call center on Lync. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions and demo some great solutions built on Lync.

Presenter: Alex Lewis and Clarity @alexlewis @claritycon

Date Thursday, November 21, 2013
Time 10:00 – 11:00am PST (1800-1900 GMT)
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Dec 10th
SIP Trunking

Have you heard about SIP Trunking but wondered what it can do for you and how to move from traditional telephony transport? We’ll go over different options for SIP trunks and many of the benefits including resiliency, flexibility, reduced cost and toll bypass, and easier management.

Presenter: Alex Lewis and Level3 @alexlewis @level3

Date Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Time 10:00 – 11:00am PST (1800-1900 GMT)
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Dec 17th
Developing a Business Case for Lync

Step back and analyze why you want to deploy Unified Communications. What benefit will this provide to your organization and specifically how can you establish a proper business case for adopting Microsoft Lync. Microsoft Lync does bring a significant cost savings to many organizations, but it also introduces a non-trivial implementation investment. This session will provide an overview of how to identify the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and Return on Investment (ROI) for UC technologies in your business.

Presenter: Randy Wintle @ucmadeeasy

Date Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Time 9:00 – 10:00am PST (1700-1800 GMT)
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