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IP Expo: Daring to be different with Fuze

October 04, 2017 by Tom Pressley

With IT departments under pressure to meet the high expectations of their customers, colleagues and overall business goals, it’s clear they have to bring something different, exciting and game-changing to the table. It’s a tough balance to achieve in business. And the increasingly mobile nature of today’s workforce simply adds another dimension for today’s IT leaders to consider.


So how can businesses deliver competitive advantage, while ensuring aspects like productivity, efficiency and agility remain front of mind?


At this year’s IP EXPO, Fuze’s Vice President of product, Michael Affronti, took to the stage to deliver his session: Daring to be different, on what it really means for businesses to move their communications to the cloud.


Michael shared insights on creating the magic formula to drive innovation and break barriers — without breaking the bank. He examined the communications approaches facing today’s IT leaders: stick with the comfortable, ‘tried and tested’ on-premises or hybrid deployments that you already know or be daring and seek that competitive edge by moving to the cloud.


Held in London from 4th – 5th October, IP Expo is Europe’s number one enterprise IT event. Focused on how innovation in IT can drive business success and differentiation the two-day event covers areas such as the cloud, cybersecurity, DevOps and emerging technologies. Our team of Fuzers are taking the lead in talking all-things unified communications, alongside other big names and rising stars in the technology and cloud community.


For the remainder of ITExpo, Michael will be available on the Fuze stand to talk about what’s new in Fuze and our engineers will also be on-hand to offer free in-depth platform demos and free consultations. So, don’t be a stranger. If you’re in London next week then come and say hi at stand DD24.

Tom Pressley
Tom Pressley

Tom is the worldwide director of marketing for Fuze.

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