Join us for lunch to learn more about how business video is no longer just for teleconferencing, but becoming an integral part of day-to-day operations. In fact, your employees are already using it! TBL’s Patrick Tredway will lead the discussion and allow you the chance to ask questions. PLUS, NO POWERPOINT PRESENTATION!
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- What is video going to do to my network?
- Why video has historically NOT been successful.
- Examples of how companies are embracing video.
- How video can provide your company a competitive advantage.
Who should attend:
Anyone interested in business video and how it affects your IT infrastructure.
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Patrick Tredway is TBL’s Collaboration Practice Lead and Account Engineer. He is a CCIE Voice certified engineer and has been working with Cisco Unified Communications since 2002. In addition, Patrick is a co-owner of TBL Networks and a fully licensed pilot .
About TBL Networks:
TBL Networks, 2010 Cisco Collaboration Partner of the Year and certified VMware Enterprise Solutions Provider partner, provides our customers a wide range of advanced technology solutions, with a focus on Unified Communications, Virtualization and Storage.
TBL Network’s Patrick Tredway will be featured as a panelist at Virginia’s Region 2000 Technology Council’s upcoming “Wired Wednesday” luncheon on Wednesday, April 27th in Lynchburg, Virginia. The topic for the panel is “Mobile Computing For Business & Education.”
The event and presentation will include:
- Pros & Cons of handheld devices/phones…Android vs. iPhone vs. Blackberry.
- The rising use of tablet PCs.
- How tablet PCs can integrate into your IT plan/work environment.
- A look at the various players in the tablet PCs market.
- Hands-on demonstration of tablet PCs in a work environment.
Patrick Tredway is co-owner for TBL Networks, and is TBL’s Collaboration Practice Lead and Account Engineer. Patrick is a CCIE Voice certified engineer and has been working with Cisco Unified Communications since 2002 as an end customer, integrator and consultant.
A proud member of Virginia’s Region 2000 Partnership, Virginia’s Region 2000 Technology Council’s mission is to foster an environment that stimulates innovation and growth of technology-focused organizations in our community.
Where: City of Lynchburg Information Technology Center | 3150 Young Place Lynchburg, VA 24501 (NOTE: different location)
When: April 27, 2011, noon until 1:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 for Tech Council Members, $15 for non-members
For additional information about the event, please go to http://www.techcouncil.us/news-events/wired-wednesday-mobile-computing-for-business-and-education-april-27/