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Spark: Making collaboration invisible yet accessible to your team
November 3 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Using collaborative working for a more efficient, innovative and creative business
What is Collaborative Working?
What is CISCO Spark?
Spark is a simple, secure and complete communication and collaboration platform for messaging, meetings and calls. This session is being led by Nowcomm, who have been using Spark to realise benefits in time, cost savings and convenience.
Using collaboration tools like Spark can bring your teams closer together, make functioning smarter, and making their work and projects more productive and more profitable. It can be used to help enable innovation to happen within your organisation
Spark is a simple, secure and complete communication and collaboration platform for messaging, meetings and calls.
We hope you can join us at 10am on Thursday 3rd November 2016. This interactive session has great speakers , live demos and will show you how Spark can really make a difference to your organisation.
The morning will kick-start with pasteries and coffee, and close with a tasty buffet lunch. We look forward to seeing you and your colleagues.
10:00 – 11:15 What is Spark
– What problem are we trying to solve?
11:15 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Demo & Hands on
– Introduction – High level features functions
– Integrations / Innovations
– Bridging the Gap (Physical and Virtual)
– “Art of the Possible”
Co-Founder and Technical Director, Nowcomm
James is responsible for the technical development of Nowcomm’s product and services portfolio and provides technical leadership on client projects. He has over 20 years’ experience in networking and systems integration including 5 years with Cisco. James co-founded Nowcomm in 2006.
Collaboration Solutions Specialist, Cisco
Luke joined Cisco in 2007 and altogether has 20 years’ experience in the IT industry, across many verticals including; finance, retail, manufacturing, government and technology. Luke’s role at Cisco gives him responsibility for incubation and routes to market for Cisco’s Next Generation Collaboration technologies across EMEAR.
This work forms part of The Innovation Engine Project, which aims “to create new markets for SMEs in Greater Birmingham & Solihull by finding challenges that need innovative solutions”.
Part funded by ERDF