Tone Software's ReliaTel to Take Part at Enterprise Connect in Orlando
September 04, 2010
By Ed Silverstein
, TMCnet Contributor
Tone Software's (News - Alert) ReliaTel will be taking part at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, Fla., between Feb. 28 and March 3, 2011. The exhibition, including the voice management provider, will be held in the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center.
ReliaTel will be at Booth No. 1319
There will be demonstration of Tone's ReliaTel VoIP QoS Management at the booth.
Enterprise Connect 2011 will focus on “Unify Your Enterprise Communications (News - Alert).”
The topic was selected as the industry is poised for a new era in enterprise communications. The starting place is the migration from standalone TDM networks to IP Telephony.
This evolution is not some “futures” vision, nor is the technology just for “early adopters.” IP Telephony has reached a market milestone.
More than 65 percent of the new stations shipping into US enterprises are now IP.
But while the pace of adoption of IP Telephony continues to accelerate, challenges remain. Best practices are emerging, but there is no how-to guidebook that can be applied across the board. Each enterprise needs to find its own path to its IP Telephony future, and proceed at its own pace.
There are high hopes for the emerging concept of Unified Communications (News - Alert), which links traditional messaging systems and conferencing tools with instant messaging, presence, video and collaboration. The combination of IP Telephony and Unified Communications promises to create a foundation for a whole new set of applications that will increase productivity and improve responsiveness to customers, partners and colleagues.
So there are two key issues facing every enterprise: How to select and build the IP Telephony platform that is right for your enterprise; and how to leverage it to improve how your organization does business.
Enterprise Connect 2011 will help address those two fundamental concerns.
Enterprise Connect is designed to help you decide why, when and how to invest in this new technology, and how to leverage your enterprise communications platform for maximum advantage. Attendees will hear from and meet with the leading experts, vendors and enterprise IT executives who will share their knowledge, experience and expertise.
There are new technologies, new architectural options and new ways to look at ROI. Businesses can’t begin migrating to these new systems without fully understanding their implications for their network, organization and career.
Enterprise Connect 2011 is committed to one over-riding goal: To help you make the best decisions possible about IP Telephony, converged networks and unified communications.Ed Silverstein is a contributing editor for TMCnet's InfoTech Spotlight. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Ed Silverstein