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Network Evolution University: Video Conferencing and Collaboration
Video conferencing is one of the leading drivers of unified communications (UC) deployments, with desktop video attracting the most enterprise attention. Desktop video applications are changing the game as cost-effective options for geographically distributed enterprises to help employees increase productivity and work more effectively in far-flung teams. Our experts will examine how desktop video is enabling the focus on collaboration, best practices for using desktop video, and policies to manage its use and protect the network.
SpeakerIrwin Lazar Vice President and Service Director at Nemertes Research
Irwin Lazar is the vice president and service director at Nemertes Research, where he develops and manages research projects, develops cost models, conducts strategic seminars and advises clients. Irwin is responsible for benchmarking the adoption and use of emerging technologies in the enterprise in areas including VoIP, unified communications, video conferencing, social computing, collaboration and advanced network services.