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Unified Communications World 2008

The biggest event on Unified Communications, The UC World 2008 happens on April 25-26 at the Esplanade, SM Central Business Park, Pasay City.



See live Unified Communications Demos at the Cisco Booth
Cisco presents the Smart Business Communications System (SBCS). More than just a phone system, it's everyhting you need for your growing business in one box! SBCS integrates easily with your existing network and is easy to deploy, manage and operate. Ask about the extra cost savings you'll get with the special SBCS promo discount.

Date: April 25-26, 2008
Time: 9 :00am - 5 :00pm

Attend the Cisco Unified Communications Workspace Session
Discover how Cisco Unified Communications can help you enhance your business productivity and profitability.
How you can be connected and work seamlessly from where you are. How you can maximize collaboration within the company and with external parties. All these while enjoying cost savings in the long run!

Place: UCWorld presentation area
Date: April 25, 2008
Time: 9 :30 - 11:00am

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Anonymous said…
Hi,

Would you know where can I view the complete details of the event?

:)
Marvin said…
You can visit http://www.ucworld2008.com/ for the detailed events.

Thank you for visiting my site.

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