Overcoming the Challenges of Enabling Remote Working
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Enabling Microsoft Teams with telephony is becoming an obvious choice for universities who are considering or have already invested in Office365. Demand for modern collaboration tools across the education sector is growing rapidly, as organisations want to provide their staff and students with the best communication experience anywhere, anytime.
Our thought-leadership session will help you understand the options available to your organisation, how to overcome the challenges of enabling remote working with existing technology, how you can easily access expert advice to support you through your digital journey and you’ll be introduced a flexible, cost-efficient Unified Communications solution tailored to your needs.
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Robert co-founded Exactive in 2005 and has since transformed the company into an award-winning Microsoft Teams Partner with a vision to help customers unlock the value of communications technology. Robert and his team are helping Public Sector organisations transform their way of working into a modern environment by guiding CTO’s through their move from on-premise technology into the Cloud, leaving employees with a flexible, collaborative Unified Communication solution. Supported by a career in technical consultancy and solutions architecture, Robert is passionate about enabling organisations to deliver results by transforming the way people work.
As Head of the Further Education Sector at Gamma, it is Sam’s responsibility to ensure that customer experience is at the forefront of everything his team do, from the first point of contact with a Business Development Manager through to day-to-day support from an Account Manager. Gamma manage the telecoms estates of over 50 Universities in the UK and have a number of solutions that assist them to manage their telecoms estates, particularly during peak times such as Clearing, with focussed and dedicated teams to manage the process.
Richard is Professor of Computing Sciences at University of East Anglia. Before joining UEA in 1993 Richard worked for Plessey Naval Systems and then Marconi Underwater Systems as a mathematician. Richard holds a first degree in electronics and a PhD in the application of statistical estimation theory to the passive synthetic aperture problem. Richard also holds several posts in the Vice-Chancellor's Office where he is the Academic Director for Admissions (responsible for all the University's Admissions and Outreach activity), the Academic Director of Internationalisation (which is concerned with the University's international links). He also Chairs the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF) Investment Committee which is the body that approves all investment decisions.
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WHO ARE GAMMA?
Gamma combine voice, connectivity and mobile services into unified communications to keep businesses moving forward