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Enterprise Video Conferencing: Next-Gen Meetings Briefing

3 hours
Meetings are integral to how we do business — they're where decisions are discussed and made. Good meetings are simple to schedule and join, and they foster engagement and collaboration from each participant, whether remote or in person. This two- to four-hour briefing will focus on the latest meeting room technologies and explain the various options for simplifying and enhancing the experience across your enterprise.

Goals & Objectives

During this briefing, our experts will review and compare the leading conferencing platforms in the market. Topics this briefing is right for include Zoom versus Cisco Webex, integration with productivity, collaboration and scheduling apps, on-premise versus cloud conferencing, and the implications that subscription-based models can have for your enterprise.

Goals & Objectives
This briefing will be customized to your organization's specific concerns and questions. We can cover the current state of meetings and conferencing technology, software integrations for meeting and room scheduling, on-premise and cloud-hosted meeting issues, or specific methods to foster end-user adoption and true collaboration. 

  • Better understand the leading team collaboration tools from a vendor-independent perspective.
  • Identify key considerations for integration with team productivity applications.
  • Discuss factors impacting a migration to cloud-hosted vs on-premise solution.
  • Identify which of your internal stakeholders should participate in discussions as you build a roadmap to your next conferencing and collaboration solution.

What is a Briefing? A scheduled event with a WWT Subject Matter Expert — typically via a live Webex meeting — where our expert presents an overview of specific topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Your attendees are allotted time for Q&A to pose questions specific to your organization. Delivered free of charge.

Who Should Attend? CIOs and IT directors, Unified Communications and Collaboration leaders, Digital Workspace champions, UCC Architects or anyone with a material interest and responsibility for delivering, consuming and supporting video conferencing and collaboration.