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Tapping into the power of Unified Communications securely

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Unified Communications has become a powerful mainstream business resource, permitting rapid and cost-effective communication between internal and external staff alike.

But, along with improved productivity, the use of Unified Communications software such as Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) has brought with it a new range of security threats that few conventional IT security products can completely counter.

Issues such as malware and information leakage, as well as policy management and compliance all need to be addressed with an OCS deployment.

This webinar will:

  • Help ensure your IT system meets the security and compliance needs of the business.
  • Assist you in preventing malware and information loss over Instant Messaging and UC channels.
  • Educate attendees on how to meet regulatory, corporate governance and e-discovery requirements across all Unified Communications channels.
  • Help you achieve these goals without sacrificing any efficiency gains or collaborative benefits.

This webinar is for:

  • IT managers wanting to learn more about the security issues that need to be addressed with OCS and Unified Communications.
  • Security professionals wanting to stay up to date on Unified Communications security and compliance issues.
  • Anyone wanting to better understand the changing face of Unified Communications and the need for adequate security defenses


Michael Adkins

Michael Adkins National Channel Manager, SKT Business Communicati

    Rob Bamforth

    Rob Bamforth Principal Analyst, Quocirca

      Steve Gold

      Steve Gold, Infosecurity Magazine

        Eric Young

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