Not All Clouds Are Built the Same

2016 - Cloud Is Here

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Duration: 60 minutes
Sponsored by NEC, hosted by Enterprise Connect and No Jitter

Webinar - Not All Clouds are Built the Same

Four categories of providers are converging on the cloud communications market: Telecoms, IT giants, service integrators, and pure play cloud developers. With all these players rushing into the space, confusion is commonplace.

Communications provider and technology choices are growing, but not all Cloud solutions are built the same. Learn what you need to know to implement a Cloud communications strategy while maintaining compatibility with your on-premise solutions.

Join Jay Krauser from NEC, and Unified Communications industry Analyst Dave Michels, as they discuss Cloud communications in today’s marketplace.

  • Understanding the Four Categories of Cloud Providers
  • Public, Private, Hybrid – Which Solution is Right for your Business?
  • Cloud Benefits – Accelerating Business Transformation
  • Successful UCaaS Case Study
  • Cloud Trends for 2016

Cloud Foundation, what's underneath your Cloud?

Dave Michels – Dave is a thought leader and industry analyst at Buffalo Communications focused on enterprise communications including unified communications, collaboration, endpoints, and mobile strategies. Dave has a background in enterprise IT and networking, and a true passion for these subject areas. He is a regular contributor to industry media including Nojitter.com, and maintains a popular industry blog at www.TalkingPointz.com.

Jay Krauser, is Director, UNIVERGE Cloud Services for NEC Corporation of America (NEC). In this role, Jay works with other NEC divisions, subsidiaries and NEC partners to help build repeatable, commercially successful cloud-based solutions for the direct sales force and NEC dealers.  With over 22 years of industry experience, Jay has held various engineering and product management positions within NEC, most recently as General Manager of Product Management and Product Marketing.

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