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Eric Krapf is the Program Co-Chair of the Enterprise Connect events, helping to set program content and direction for the...
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Eric Krapf | May 10, 2010 |

 
   

Adding Unified Communications to Your Network

Adding Unified Communications to Your Network Watch Marty Parker of UniComm Consulting/UCStrategies explain some key concepts.

Watch Marty Parker of UniComm Consulting/UCStrategies explain some key concepts.

While we were out in Las Vegas for Interop, we shot a bunch of videos that I'll be posting over the next couple of weeks, including some "Whiteboard," or "chalk talk"-style videos with some of our friendly No Jitter/Enterprise Connect experts. These folks agreed to do some short, under-5-minute explanations of some pressing concepts in enterprise communications.The first one I'm posting is Marty Parker of UniComm Consulting and UCStrategies, who's shown here explaining the different approaches to adding UC to your existing communications network:

Watch Marty Parker of UniComm Consulting/UCStrategies explain some key concepts.



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