Visit Yorktel At An Upcoming Event
By Samantha Osowski
New technologies are constantly altering the way companies communicate, making it overwhelming for IT decision-makers to stay up-to-date. Yorktel is committed to serve as a resource, providing thought leadership to help companies harness the power of technology. Visit us at these upcoming events to learn more, and check out our full event schedule here.
- Collaborate: New York: IMCCA, a non-profit industry association, is debuting the first of many events to promote knowledge and networking in AV, Multimedia, Videoconferencing and Unified Communications spaces. Yorktel is sponsoring Collaborate: New York tomorrow, October 16, 2013, at the Westin Times Square.
- IT Summit: Yorktel is sponsoring the IT Summit, the executive technology conference series named one of the Top Ten “must-attend” events for CIOs and IT marketers, according to CTOsOnTheMove.com. Designed to address real-world technology challenges, the summit provides education and networking for IT leaders. The conference series hits Long Beach on October 23, and San Francisco on November 6, 2013.
- Connect2Care: Yorktel is sponsoring the Philips Healthcare Patient Care and Clinical Informatics User Summit, which will focus on best practices at the intersection of technology in clinical applications. With a breakout session focusing on Information Technology, the two-day summit will share information and hands-on demonstrations targeted at health care professionals. The Summit takes place October 23 and 24 at Orlando Marriott World Hotel.
- WebRTC Conference and Expo: WebRTC is one of the hottest trends impacting the enterprise communication landscape. Yorktel’s Chief Technology Officer, Bin Guan, will speak at the WebRTC Conference and Expo on November 20, 2013. Held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, the expo is the longest running Global WebRTC Ecosystem Event, with sessions discussing how changes in technology are impacting Unified Communications. Guan will lead a panel discussion, entitled “Is WebRTC Secure Enough for Business?” addressing the security aspects of WebRTC for both general business purposes and mission critical applications.