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"How to Migrate Legacy Voicemail Systems" Workshop Presentation

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Here is the presentation for the May 28 "How to Migrate Legacy Voicemail Systems" Cisco Knowledge Network Workshop.   See information about the webcast below.

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Title
How to Migrate Legacy Voicemail Systems


Date

May 28, 2009
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Eastern

Speakers
Chris Barlow, Technical Marketing Engineer, Unified Communications Business Unit
Mark Dombroski, Network Consulting Engineer, Advanced Services Delivery Team

Description:

Cisco is pleased to offer a live webcast, How to Migrate Legacy Voicemail Systems, that will focus on the design, planning, and execution best practices required to enable you to move your organization to a Cisco® Unity Connection or Cisco® Unity Voice and Unified Messaging Solution.

Cisco Unity Connection is a feature-rich, enterprise-class voice messaging platform based on the same Linux operating system as Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Cisco Unity Connection is deployed on an appliance separate from your e-mail server, while providing ubiquitous access to voice messages from e-mail, web clients, and mobile phones. Cisco Unity Connection also provides comprehensive automated-attendant functions, including intelligent call routing and easily customizable call screen and message notification options.

Cisco Unity is an enterprise-ready voice and unified messaging platform. As part of a unified communications solution, Cisco Unity offers a reliable, secure, scalable, and full-featured voice and unified messaging platform. Its unified messaging with Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Domino enables you to access e-mail, voice, and fax messages from a single inbox anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Standards-based Cisco Unity integrates with your network, communication applications, and clients. Cisco Unity is also supported on a VMware platform.

During this show, we will explain the similarities and differences between these two robust options and discuss the technology requirements to make the migration possible. We hope you will join us!

Best regards,
The Cisco Knowledge Network Coordination Team

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