Five reasons to attend Collaboration and Communication 2016
Find out why you need to attend the UK’s premier comms event
The Collaboration and Communication 2016 summit is just around the corner and promises to be the event for senior IT professionals and decision makers keen to take their organisation's communications strategy to the next level. This Collaborative summit will focus on topics such as unified communications, security, digital transformation, the power of the cloud, pitfalls to avoid whilst giving you a step by step guide to achieve efficient collaboration.
The landscape is continually changing, and business leaders must keep abreast of latest tools, trends and challenges to maximise their workforce. So if you are an IT or business leader this event will educate and empower you!
The show is being held at the Mermaid Puddle Dock in London on 7 July, but why should you attend the show? We give you five great reasons!
1 Find out about the latest collaboration tools available. Collaboration is nothing without the proper tools deployed in the most optimised way. You will get to hear what is available for your organisation, how they can work for you, and what best practices can be used to implement them.
2 Prepare your own strategy for collaboration adoption. The day will hear form communication experts who will give advice, tips and tricks for formulating the best strategy for rolling out a successful collaboration project.
3 Hear how companies such as yours have benefitted from successful collaboration. The day will play host to companies that have implemented communications projects. There will be case studies where you will learn from other firms that have gone through the collaboration process.
4 Challenge our vendor panel directly, including the likes of Google, IBM, Arkadin, Dropbox, and Slack. Delegates will be able to question speakers and talk about the important issues affecting collaboration and communication in the organisation today.
5 See collaboration in action. Arkadin will host a live video conference with Scotland manager Gordon Strachan. He will be on hand to answer your questions about football during the networking drinks reception.
Spaces are filling up quick so register your place today and use code Collab5 to get 25% off the ticket price: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/collaboration-communication-2016-tickets-21675108834
Visit www.collaborate2016.co.uk to find out more.
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