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ECC Provides Solutions for Wireless in the Enterprise: Platforms for Mobile Applications
CHICAGO November 2, 2005 The Enterprise Communications Consortium (ECC) presents the most current wireless solutions for business in its 'Wireless in the Enterprise: Platforms for Mobile Applications' on November 17 at Harry Caray's Restaurant at 33 West Kinzie Street in Chicago.
Sharing their knowledge, experience, and expertise, key speakers include Mr. Tim Gore, Director, Wi-Fi Solution Development, Lucent Worldwide Services; Mr. Tony Hylton, Consultant and Chairman, Technology and Infrastructure Sub-Committee, Downtown Development Strategy; and Mr. David Dombrowski, Director, Business Development, Enterprise Mobility, Motorola.
The one-day conference will help small businesses cut operations costs, increase profit margin, gain in employee productivity, and more. Sessions will help an enterprise realize the value of ubiquitous and continuous access to their business applications while roaming around the corporate LAN/WLAN and the public Wi-Fi hot spots, Wi-Fi mesh networks, or 2.5/3G cellular data networks.
The morning session, led by Mr. Gore, includes perspectives from Ecutel, NetMotion, and others. They will assist business owners in comparing the potential productivity benefits of Wi-Fi solutions against security, quality of service, and cost concerns. This will be followed by a keynote address by Mr. Hylton, who will review ongoing state and federal legislative activities regarding wireless deployment.
Finally, the event will conclude with an afternoon panel, chaired by Mr. Dombrowski, which will include Avaya, Proxim, and others in a session addressing the next step in converging convergence. Since new technology has emerged, the next step in convergence creates an opportunity for enterprises to address wireless communications needs. The session will discuss the combination of three powerful technologies; WLAN, VoIP, and cellular into a seamless, contiguous, wireless network enabling enterprises to reduce communications costs, improve efficiencies, and offer new and extended capabilities.
Business owners, managers, and interested parties can still register at
The mission of the ECC focuses on providing IT infrastructure managers and executives at commercial, academic, and government end-user organizations with multifaceted educational opportunities to identify key communications issues, trends, technologies, and resources central to the current and future success of member organizations. The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) manages the activities of the ECC.
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