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The Changing Conference Center - What Is a Meeting Anyway?

Description: When is a conference room not a conference room? When it's everything from a movie studio to a board room -- and everything else between! In this podcast, we explore what lawyers are expecting from today's conference center and what technologies are available to support ever...

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Unified Communication: Putting the Pieces Together

Holland & Knight and Seyfarth Shaw will discuss their successful deployments and integrating Microsoft Lync (Skype for Business) and Cisco Jabber. This will include the collaboration integration points that each organization uses, including many mobile users (iOS, Android, Surface and notebook),...

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Skype for Business in Law Firms: Replacing the Traditional Phone System

More and more organizations are interested in moving away from traditional PBX telephone systems, and Skype for Business is now available as a great option. Join us to understand the benefits and challenges of using this modern, feature-rich system that allows flexibility for your users. ...

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The Conference Room of the Future

Conference rooms are just for meetings, right? How much technology do they need? If only that were true. Law firm conference facilities have become multipurpose facilities, hosting media events, video shoots, marketing programs, continuing education sessions, as well as “plain old" meetings....

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2014 (December) Peer to Peer - Fewer Connectors, More Connections

You’ve likely heard the aphorism “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” That old adage’s ring of truth is louder than ever. Competence, expertise and experience matter, but in modern times, nothing aids career advancement better than having the right...

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