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We all know unified communications is crucial for business collaboration, but where do you start when choosing the right solution provider with the many options available? Join us for an open live Q&A on Twitter on November 22 at 11 a.m. SGT/China Standard Time (Nov. 21, 7 p.m. Pacific Standard Time) with Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research.

According to Kerravala’s recent study, The When, Where and How of Cisco vs. Microsoft for UC, one of the biggest decision points for UC deployment is deciding on Cisco vs. Microsoft, and where to use each solution. During our TweetChat, Kerravala will break down the core of both UC solutions and elaborate on the elements that should be considered when making a decision. The chat will be a follow-up Q&A for Kerravala’s video, which you can register to view on Nov. 20 here.

What questions or topics do you want to discuss? Submit them in advance to @GoCiscoCollab or @CiscoCollab or submit by commenting below.

More info

Moderator: @GoCiscoCollab (Cisco’s Asia-Pacific collaboration Twitter account)


Guest Panelist: Zeus Kerravala, ZK Research @zkerravala

Date/Time: Nov. 21, 2012 12:00 p.m. China Standard Time (8:00pm Pacific Standard Time)

Hashtag: #CollabChat

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Hi all!

For those of you who missed the TweetChat, here is the link to the transcript:

Hope you'll join us next time!

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