25th Anniversary Program Highlights how Communications and Collaboration Technology Transforms Business
Enterprise Connect,Ã‚Â produced byÃ‚Â UBM Tech, today released the keynote lineup and initial conference program for its 25th anniversary show. Enterprise Connect is the leading conference and exhibition for enterprise communications and collaboration technology, taking placeÃ‚Â March 16-19, 2015Ã‚Â at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center inÃ‚Â Orlando, FL.
“Enterprise Connect continues its rich history of helping businesses make informed decisions about migrating, designing and implementing the right communications and collaboration products, services, software and architecture,” said Enterprise Connect General Manager Fred Knight.
“We’ve hit an important milestone this year and are once again bringing top market and thought leaders to help decision makers maximize investments and improve business processes.”
The 2015 keynote line-upÃ‚Â features leading industry suppliers, including:
Avaya’s Gary Barnett, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Collaboration
Cisco’s Rowan Trollope, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Collaboration Technology Group
Microsoft’s Zig Serafin, Corporate Vice President, Skype Business Services
Enterprise Connect’s three-day conference program includes lectures, panels and discussions spanning eight dynamic tracks, which focus on the benefits and challenges of both existing and emerging technologies. The tracks include:
Enterprise Connect includes a three-day expo, which showcases the entire enterprise communications and collaboration ecosystem, including leading equipment, software and service providers. Diamond sponsors include: Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft Corporation and Unify.
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