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Plantronics (NYSE: PLT), a pioneer in wearable technology, and the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), will share best practices and useful counsel with IT professionals and CIOs alike during the upcoming webinar, “The Power of Lync, Amplified.” The joint session is part of the
Microsoft Lync: Progress in the Enterprise virtual tradeshow being held on Sept. 11, 2013.
Featured speakers include Rhonda Winter, CIO, IMS, and Tom Gill, CIO, and Bill Loewenthal, vice president of Enterprise Solutions, Plantronics. The presentation will conclude with a 15-minute Q&A moderated by Eric Krapf, lead blogger and editor at No Jitter, one of the industry’s top online technology outlets focused on the connected enterprise.
Webinar – “The Power of Lync, Amplified”
Featuring Plantronics and Indianapolis Motor Speedway, ending with a 15-minute Q&A moderated by No Jitter’s Eric Krapf
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 at 3:30pm – 4:15pm ET/12:30pm – 1:15pm PT
Tom Gill, CIO at Plantronics
Bill Loewenthal, vice president of Enterprise Solutions at Plantronics
Rhonda Winter, CIO at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
To participate in the webinar, attendees must register through the online event link:
Microsoft Lync: Progress in the Enterprise Virtual ShowADDITIONAL:
Plantronics’ Virtual Tradeshow Booth Hours: Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, 12pm – 5pm ET
Before and after the webinar, attendees are invited to stop by Plantronics’ virtual booth to speak with company representatives, ask questions, and learn more about the company’s enterprise voice solutions for Lync. Microsoft Lync: Progress in the Enterprise is an online virtual event produced by Enterprise Connect. The event will bring together Microsoft representatives, leading Microsoft Lync experts, and partners within a virtual tradeshow environment to discuss trends, products, and business benefits enabled through the implementation of Lync.