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Lifesize To Host Annual Partner Forum In London’s Broadgate Tower

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Lifesize has announced the date for its annual partner forum, which will be held in central London on Wednesday 3 December.

The event will take place at Broadgate Tower, a renowned centre for business in the heart of England’s capital. Taking place between 2pm and 5pm, the 2014 Lifesize Partner Forum will be hosted in collaboration with Zycko and is set to include various interactive sessions.

Click here to register for the Lifesize Partner Forum.

Lifesize, a division of Logitech, is a pioneer in the video communications space. Following the launch of the Lifesize Cloud the company has made large strides to bring videoconferencing solutions to companies of all sizes and sectors – the company provides easy-to-use tools that can be accessed in a cost effective way on just about any device via the cloud.

Zycko is an international specialist IT distributor of innovative IT solutions, covering technology areas for every part of business IT infrastructure. It was recently named as Lifesize’s EMEA Distributor of the Year for 2014, so it is fitting that the two companies should come together to host this exclusive event.

Sessions for attendees at the 2014 Lifesize Partner Forum will include: a corporate update; an overview of the Lifesize Cloud architecture and technology; cloud demos and best practice; an on-premise infrastructure and technical update, and Lifesize’s roadmap.

As videoconferencing becomes increasingly important for the mobile and agile workforce, the Lifesize team will be on hand to bring the audience fully up to speed on how to unlock the potential of HD video communication.

Zycko and Lifesize will also be hosting networking drinks after the event.


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