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LifeSize To Showcase Video’s Benefits At Connected Business Expo

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Open source and Linux global leader Red Hat is set to share the lessons of its experience with business video at a major London conference.

The vendor will be presenting, in partnership with HD video communications system leader LifeSize, at Connected Business 2014, an upcoming collaboration and communications technology event.

There, Ashley Azzopardi, the organisation’s principal advanced communications engineer, will walk through his experience of deploying a truly company-wide video communication solution.

Azzopardi will explain in a special seminar how, in his role as supplier to the wider business of appropriate collaboration and content creation/distribution technologies, he has found the LifeSize HD video communications system his best option in meeting his goal of delivering what he will frame as “a seamless end-user experience”.

This dovetails perfectly with LifeSize’s mission of helping businesses achieve all the benefits of modern business video – such as reduced travel, curbed carbon emissions, better engagement, more time to make decisions and enhanced overall productivity.

Connected Business Expo ( http://www.connected-business.co.uk ) is scheduled for the two days of March 4 and 5 at London’s Olympia, aiming to showcase all the latest software and solutions for collaboration, cloud, mobility, customer management and unified communications.

LifeSize is the high definition video conferencing arm of IT giant Logitech.

For more information about LifeSize, please click here.

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