Attend our webinar on “Unified Communications Federation: Why and How?” to discover how federation will enable UC platforms from multiple vendors to communicate with one another. Register for our session, on May 29, 2012 at 10:00 am London / 2:30pm India/ 6:00pm Japan Time.
Aricent recently concluded a series of webinars on “Cloud-based Telecom Testing: Why and How”. The webinars focused on the advantages and strategies for cloud-based testing and highlighted our powerful Software Tool for Automated Testing Environment (STATE) which has been ported to the cloud to enable LTE testing. Even though the Q&A sessions were quite lengthy, we had more questions left to be answered. Here are the answers to all the questions that we couldn't get to during the webinars.
It’s a well known bromide of user research: customers don’t always know what they want - even when they think they do. Just because they can articulate it explicitly and provide detailed use cases, is no guarantee that once they get the thing they’ve asked for and desired, that they will in fact want it.
Unfolding the need for Unified Communications Federation
UC Federation is becoming the communication solution of choice not just for high-flying enterprises with shrinking travel budgets, but for Small Medium Businesses as well. Adoption of unified communications federation in enterprises is accelerating. More and more enterprises are embracing the need for software-powered communications beyond their network boundaries, to facilitate communication and collaboration anytime, anywhere among colleagues, vendors and customers around the globe.
Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Economist Innovation Conference, held at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. It was a fast-paced (almost too fast), jam-packed event, with lots of good speakers and a heady flow of ideas. The downside to the 1-day format was that there was little time for networking, however they did make sure to get Q&A from the audience in almost every session, which was good.