September 20, 2011
Webinar - Webinar: Exceeding Expectations - The Power of SIP Communications for Small and Medium Sized Businesses
By Peter Bernstein, Senior Editor
It used to be that migrating your business to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert)) was mostly about enabling your business with Voice over IP (VoIP) capabilities to leverage the cost advantages of doing so and start benefitting from more expansive use of unified communications (UC). It is amazing, however, in a few short years how far and how fast we have come, and how SIP implementation has become virtually a mission critical capability for small and medium businesses (SMBs) as they seek to optimize communications and computing technologies to create and sustain competitive advantage.
SIP is now the preferred way for SMBs -- actually SMITs (all those with in-house small and medium IT shops) -- to use SIP’s abilities to access and thus enable maximization of such important resources as open source applications, enhanced integrated UC and collaboration capabilities and Cloud services.
As moderator of the Panasonic (News - Alert) sponsored webinar, “Exceeding Expectations - The Power of SIP Communications for Small and Medium Sized Businesses,” I inviteyou to join me and Richard Huebner, Panasonic Regional Manager SIP Endpoints, on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST to learn how SIP solutions can benefit your business.
The session will cover:
- What is SIP and what are the benefits of SIP solutions?
- Is SIP reliable?
- What are the financial advantages to SIP?
- What are the feature sets associated with SIP solutions?
- How do I know if SIP is right for my business?
Plenty of time is being reserved to answer your questions as well.
If you have been wondering what SIP is and how it might impact your company, are in evaluation mode, or even if you have already deployed and are looking for some pointers, this webinar is for you.
Please click here for registration information. We look forward to having you join us on October 4.
Peter Bernstein is a technology industry veteran, having worked in multiple capacities with several of the industry's biggest brands, including Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent, Telcordia (News - Alert), HP, Siemens, Nortel, France Telecom, and others, and having served on the Advisory Boards of 15 technology startups. To read more of Peter's work, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves