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Debating the future of communication at ISE 2012: the IMCCA Theatre

Jo Ruddock 12 January 2012
Debating the future of communication at ISE 2012: the IMCCA Theatre

For the first time at ISE 2012, the International Multimedia Collaboration Communications Alliance (IMCCA) is hosting a programme of education sessions and panel discussions inside a dedicated theatre. Located in Hall 12, ISE’s new Unified Communications Hall, these sessions will provide the ideal platform for systems integrators, consultants, resellers and distributors to discuss the challenges and solutions of the Unified Communications age with the people who use these technologies: the end customers. Topics to be addressed in the IMCCA Theatre will include: blending the art of communication with the science of technology; mobility and collaboration; and breaking down geographical barriers with the use of telepresence and HD videoconferencing. A further panel discussion, hosted by UC News, will address the end-user experience of mobile communication, with representatives from the international energy-efficiency specialists Centrotec Sustainable AG, Kadaster, the Dutch Land Registry Office, and a leading international consultancy firm describing their mobile VC strategies, the rationale behind their solution choice and the issues surrounding implementation. Admission to the IMCCA Theatre sessions is free of charge and no reservations are necessary. However, demand is bound to be high so attendees are advised to arrive early to be sure of a seat! Click here to view the complete IMCCA Theatre session listing.  

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