ECC Provides VoIP Solutions to Chicago Businesses

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The Enterprise Communications Consortium (ECC) offers valuable solutions to current VoIP technology challenges in September professional development forum (PDF).

CHICAGO September 20, 2005 The Enterprise Communications Consortium (ECC) hosts a cutting-edge professional development forum (PDF), granting business owners solutions to current technology challenges they face in implementing VoIP, this September 22 at the Hyatt Lodge at McDonalds' Hamburger University in Oak Brook.

This distinct PDF shares with professionals the latest technological solutions to help prepare them to successfully and securely integrate VoIP into their enterprises. Hearing leading experts VoIP deployment strategies and experiences, business owners will learn how they too can successfully implement VoIP into their business models.

ECC Director of Content Development Dick Renfro noted VoIP's importance: "VoIP is the current major driver in the reduction of enterprise, business, and consumer telephony pricing. Every organization, regardless of size, should consider use of this radical new capability to help control operations cost.

The PDF will discuss advancements in technology leading to IP integration, technological and business elements necessary to take the next step in VoIP penetration, key concerns in securely integrating IP, potential solutions surrounding security, interoperability, and the ability to access global network directories. This PDF will provide the opportunity for professionals to gain solutions from industry experts while learning from the experts? most recent experiences.

Key speakers include top-level executives Chris Stakutis, Chief Technology Officer, Emerging Storage Software, IBM; Tom Kershaw, Vice President, VoIP Services, VeriSign; Ajay Nigam, Director, Communications Security Services, VeriSign; Alan Bavosa, Senior Product-Line Manager, Juniper Networks; Bruce Clark, Worldwide Director, Strategic Planning, ProCurve Networking, Hewlett-Packard; and Greg Davis, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Webcor Builders.

Granting information on a new approach that could significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of a company's informations and communications systems, the ECC's September PDF proves an event not to miss.

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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