January 28, 2011
snom's Storella to Talk IP Phones Next Week at ITEXPO
By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
ITEXPO (News - Alert) is the technology and communications conference with an educational program that teaches resellers, enterprises, SMBs, and Government Agencies how to select IP-based voice, video, fax, and unified communications to purchase or resell. It's where service providers learn how to profitably roll out services their subscribers are clamoring for. ITEXPO is where buyers, sellers, resellers, and manufacturers meet to forge relationships and close deals.
On Wednesday Feb. 2, at 1:30PM, Mike Storella (News - Alert), director of business development for snom technologies will be speaking on “How Does The Traditional Desktop Phone Fit Into The Evolving Enterprise User Experience?”
The session will address a number of questions regarding IP phones such as how desktop phone manufacturers are working to differentiate the value of their products given evolving user expectations as well as what mix of devices enterprises gravitate to as they deploy UC and support user choice throughout their organizations.
During the session the panelists will also touch on how much influence an individual employ has in these decisions given the sophisticated consumer devices they may already own along with what impact will emerging Desktop Virtualization initiatives have on the types of devices that enterprises deploy.
If you are interested in learning more about how to make your office phone as secure as possible, be sure to catch Kevin Moroz (News - Alert) vice president of technical operations at snom, who will be speaking on the “Securing Your IP Phone” panel on Feb. 4 at 12PM.
To find out more about snom, visit the company at ITEXPO East 2011. To be held Feb. 2-4 in Miami, ITEXPO is the world’s premier IP communications event. Visit snom in booth #523. Don’t wait. Register now. And don’t forget to follow the ITEXPO pages on Facebook & Twitter for all the latest updates on the show!
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.