Published on July 11th, 2013 | by James Chapman0
Yealink to host Webinar “Feel the Pulse of the Trendy Development of IP Phones’ Intuitive User Experience”
Yealink have released the following about the latest webinar, due to take place on the 25th July 2013, 2:00PM ET/11:00AM PT .
In today’s rapidly changing world, it’s safe to say that new innovations are brought to life every three or five years at best. The majority of these innovations have fundamentally changed people’s lives. One example of this can be seen in the VoIP industry, which has witnessed continuous changes thanks to the updating and upgrading of high-speed Internet, the overwhelming adoption of smartphones, the powerful influence of hosted and cloud services and the increased awareness of environmental protection. All of these have contributed to the rapid development of IP phones.
The webinar will discuss the future developments in IP phones, as well as how to choose a future-proofed IP phone in order to secure an investment. The webinar will include tips on:
- How to identify an ideal IP phone in the era of Gigabit and 4G network
- How IP phones and bring your own device (BYOD) collaborate with each other in conjunction with wireless and mobile devices to boost your work efficiency
- How you can benefit from your IP phones in terms of reducing carbon emissions
- Can IP phones deliver the same ultimate user experience as smartphones?
Who should attend:
- CTOs, CIOs, Network Architects
- IT Directors
- Product Managers and Technicians from large enterprises or large ITSPs
- Infrastructure Specialists
- Systems Integrators
- IT Generalists
- Mike Hou, FAE Manager, Yealink
- Dawson Cai, Senior Product Manager, Yealink
- Moderator: Rachel Ramsey, Web Editor TMCnet
Participants can sign up for the webinar here.
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