IMCCA at infoComm 2014
IMCCA is a non-profit industry association resolved to strengthen and grow the overall collaborative conferencing and unified communications industry by providing impartial information and education about people-to-people, environmentally friendly communication and collaboration technology and applications.
Unified Communications

Unified Communications

UC represents a suite of tools for communications and collaboration that enables real-time, rich information exchange.

Data/Web

Data/Web

Data & web conferencing are enhancements to audio and video conferencing to allow people to share information.

Video Conferencing / TelePresence

Video Conferencing / TelePresence

Videoconferencing and Telepresence provide unprecedented value in remote collaboration, enabling a rich level of communications previously only experienced when in the participants meet in person.

Managed Services

Managed Services

Managed services provide customers with the ability to fully outsource the management and support of conferencing (audio, web, video & telepresence) to an experienced and trained staff.

Audio Conferencing

Audio Conferencing

The oldest and most heavily used method of collaboration, the audio conference call allows multiple people in different locations to meet virtually to share ideas

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The IMCCA UC&C Solution Summit at InfoComm14: final session

Posted by IMCCA Admin on July 3rd, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of our members asks, “How do things like mobility, tele-commuting and sustainability affect today’s workers and an organizations ability to attract and retain them?”

Posted by IMCCA Admin on July 5th, 2012

One of our members asks, “How do things like mobility, tele-commuting and sustainability affect today’s workers and an organizations ability to attract and retain them?”

This week’s answer is provided by Shaun Struckman who is the Global Solutions Director, Visual Communications for Dimension Data

Don’t be fooled by high unemployment rates and a struggling economy. There is big business in matching job skills to open jobs. Your competitors have an overworked recruiting company, and they are calling your employees. So how do you address this? Attracting and retaining skilled workers requires a flexible working environment, such as scheduling and location, and proven commitment to the causes your employees hold dear.