Block off a spot on your October 20 calendar right now, if you’re interested in learning more about how to leverage network convergence for both strategic and tactical advantage. Specifically, 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific).
Frost & Sullivan and Sprint are presenting a complimentary webcast focusing on the importance of converging your network, your wireline and wireless access, and your communication and collaboration applications. This convergence has all kinds of benefits, and to name a few, there are improved business agility and workforce productivity, reduced costs through network efficiencies, business continuity, and enterprise security.
Titled “Convergence's Triple Threat: Network Access and Applications Opportunities to Leave Your Competition Trailing,” the webcast features Sprint’s own Mike McRoberts, director of product management and development, and Michael Suby, vice president of research for Frost & Sullivan.
Among the specific topics they’ll explore are the differentiators of a MPLS foundation for enabling WAN convergence with multiple access types, how to architect and manage your WAN using a single centralized SIP trunk, and the relationship between SIP trunks and the advanced calling features that have been proven to drive cost savings through mobile integration.
The webcast will include a live 10-minute demonstration at the end that is designed to illustrate the best practices that have been discussed. To register, click here.