At ISE 2013, each of the four IMCCA sessions will be targeted at an emerging technological trend or area of business, examining key issues that are of interest to the systems integration community and to the wider unified communications marketplace. ISE attendees may also visit the IMCCA on Stand 12-B70 in Hall 12, the dedicated Unified Communications hall of ISE 2013. The sessions themselves will be held in the Education Zone above Hall 12.
On Tuesday 29 January, the session ‘Visual Collaboration in the Cloud’ will discuss whether Video Conferencing as a Service (VCaas) is the next change for our industry, looking at the most recent offerings in this space and discuss why firms have chosen to and chosen not-to utilise them.
Wednesday 30 January will start with ‘Unified Communications: Transforming the Way We Meet and Communicate’. This session will explore the various ways UC has been successfully deployed. A panel of experts will provide their insight into what makes a UC deployment successful and what you can do to prepare your organisation for UC the way you want it to be.
In the afternoon, ‘How Mobility & Mobile Video Will Change Your World’ will examine how mobility of the user is driving the change in conferencing and collaboration, not mobility of the device. This session will not only address interoperability, but also how to make video work seamlessly within an enterprise UC strategy, how to securely manage new mobility devices and how this new mobility reality will change the way we work and live.
The last session of the day will discuss video communication, looking at the move to a connected online world and our ability to access services simply and to deliver the quality of experience expected. ‘Simplification of Video Communication in an Already Complex World’ will look at how a fundamental change in the way systems are designed and implemented is required.
The IMCCA seminars taking place at ISE 2013 are free to attend, but delegates are asked to pre-register by emailing Carol Zelkin: email@example.com
All sessions will take place in Room D507. This room is located in the Elicium Building of the Amsterdam RAI. From Hall 12, please take the lift or escalators up to the 500 Level.