Voice applications in the cloud

Delivering efficiency, flexibility and cost savings from your network infrastructure

On Demand Webcast
Network optimisation delivers the benefits of Voice over IP applications and Cloud computing without degrading the performance of mission critical apps.

Sign up for this ComputerworldUK webcast in association with Gamma to find out the benefits of voice over applications and cloud computing. Develop your understanding on Technologies such as SIP Trunking and explore the opportunities of getting the most from your network, including: offering voice services in the cloud, increased flexibility, cost savings, enhanced service resilience and improved business continuity provision.

Key Takeaways


Take part in our live webcast and find out how new technologies can help you maximise your network infrastructure by:

  • Improving flexibility - you're no longer tied to a location with your phone numbers
  • Increasing cost saving - cheaper than ISDN and free site-to-site calls
  • Enhancing services resilience - improve business continuity
  • Preparing you with the specifications for a new network upgrade

Experts


Mike Simons, Editor, ComputerworldUK
Mike is the Editor of ComputerworldUK, joining IDG from Reed in 2006, where he worked on Computer Weekly and Computerweekly.com since 1999. He was editor at the launch of ComputerWeekly.com in 2001 and news editor of a combined Computer Weekly and ComputerWeekly.com operation from 2003. Mike helped Computer Weekly secure the Periodical Publishers Association awards as either "magazine of the year" or "campaigning magazine of the year" for four years out of five. Mike joined IDG as launch editor of ComputerworldUK and has recently also taken over responsibility as editor if sister site Techworld. Mike also sits on the SAP Global Quality Awards judging panel.


Alan Mackie, Head of SIP Services, Gamma
Alan joined Gamma in 2006 and is responsible for the Gamma SIP Trunking and Hosted Voice services product set. Alan has over 20 years of Voice and Data services experience, in Product Management / Marketing and Project Management. During that time he has worked for a variety of product and service-based businesses , including Racal Telecom, Global Crossing and Aspective Ltd. Alan has broad experience of marketing and technology for business markets covering small businesses and large corporate customers.


Peter Hall, Principal Analyst, Ovum
Peter Hall is a principal analyst at Ovum with over 25 years experience in the telecommunications industry. Peter is an expert on the impact of IP communications on the enterprise, and frequently presents on enterprise communications at international industry and end-user conferences.

Peter led the introduction of Ovum's enterprise communications research activities and directed the research program for several years. Peter's current research and advisory focus includes managed voice and data services, enterprise VoIP and unified communications, the evolution of IP network services and cloud computing. Peter has led major consulting assignments for leading global telcos and vendors in the area of enterprise communications. These have included customer requirements evaluation, market strategy and planning, competitor analysis, and market forecasting.

Before joining Ovum in 1998, Peter was a senior marketing manager at British Telecom. Peter has extensive experience in research and development, product management, product marketing, market strategy and planning, and customer service.

Peter has an MA from the University of Cambridge and is a chartered engineer and member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.


Ben Le Feuvre, Network Services Manager, CCT
Ben joined CCT in July 2010 and is responsible for the Network Services division. CCT is a Service Provider for exchange lines via BT Openreach, Outbound and Inbound (08) calls, Data connectivity (High speed internet and MPLS) and SIP Trunks. With 24 years experience within the Telecoms sector Ben has broad Sales and marketing experience working for major Network Operators including Worldcom (Verizon), Telstra and Gamma in both Wholesale and Business markets.



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