Wednesday, April 23, 2008

New UC events!

On 27th of May Heliview and Microsoft organise the conference Unified Communications.

Be inspired by the possibilities that unified communications can offer your organisation.
Unified Communications & Collaboration: integration and innovation.

Also visit the presentation of Bas Krikke, Business Consultant at e-office. Expierence the ease of unified communications during working with colleagues and partners within and outside your organisation.
Come and find out for yourselves at the e-office ‘working easier’ exposition. Subscribe youself here. If you are having questions more technical I'm also on the e-office stand.

and hot from the press:

SESSION: the new way of work

The new way of work – June 19 2008
In June, e-office and Macaw, both Microsoft Gold Certified Partners, organise the event: the new way of work.

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This new way of working is the central theme of the session and the major topic for the presentations of Microsoft, Macaw and e-office.
Even the way of presenting is completely new. You join the event either at the offices of Macaw or e-office and still attend all sessions. These sessions are completely driven on Live Meeting Console 2007 and Microsoft Office Roundtable.
Curious? Come and find out working in the 21 century!

e-office helps organisations to improve working processes of employees and raise their productivity, by providing them with a digital working environment including the right portal solutions.
Solutions that optimally assist employees in performing their complex, knowledge intensive activities and which supports them to take more and better decisions. This increases the distinctive power of an organisation.
e-office is Microsoft Gold Certified Partners and uses the unified communications and collaboration-platform of Microsoft. By combining the e-office digital working environment with Unified Communications of Microsoft, you are able to handle all daily signals from e-mail, telephone, instant messaging and videoconferencing.

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