SAN FRANCISCO, April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ConnectSolutions (CoSo), the trusted private-cloud solutions provider for Skype for Business and Adobe® Connect, and a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, today announced a new webinar that aims to educate CIOs and unified communications (UC) administrators on how to get the most out of their Skype for Business investments through clearly defined stages in the journey toward fully realized business goals. The webinar will take place April 29 at 10 a.m. PT.
Last week, Microsoft announced general availability of Skype for Business, a new unified communications platform that replaces Microsoft Lync. While some organizations will benefit from Skype for Business' out-of-the-box functionality, others will require a much more tailored approach to render Skype for Business fully compatible with their network and business needs.
Join Christopher Martini, Vice President, West Regional Sales at ConnectSolutions. As a previous Microsoft employee, partner and customer, Christopher has a unique perspective on how to get the most out of your unified communications investment.
Webinar attendees will learn:
What's new for Skype for Business
How do you define success for your organization?
Is PBX replacement a requirement to meet your goals?
What integration issues do you need to consider?
How should you approach adoption metrics and change management?
ConnectSolutions (CoSo) is the trusted private-cloud solutions provider for Microsoft Skype for Business and Adobe Connect. With more than 8 billion minutes of cloud collaboration delivered, CoSo products, services, and unrivaled expertise are relied upon by mid-market businesses, global enterprises and government agencies to deliver a superior customer experience in the deployment and ongoing management of mission-critical collaboration solutions.
The CoSo Suite of managed service offerings exceed the security, reliability and quality requirements of typical collaboration systems and are trusted by organizations to handle the implementation and ongoing operations of their mission-critical communications.