Published On: Tue, Apr 28th, 2015

Nexus OS Exhibited at UC Expo 2015

Nexus OS has exhibited at the UC Expo 2015, on stand G705. Here, they provided people with expert advice on Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync. They also held a number of demonstrations. Furthermore, the company handed out some fantastic prizes throughout the event to attract a greater audience, which were incredibly well received.

Nexus OS has exhibited at the UC Expo 2015 event. This is the largest Unified Communications and Collaboration event in Europe. It was held at Olympia on the 21st and 22nd of April. At this event, where the company showcases their expert UC solutions, as well as giving advice to other businesses, with the opportunity to gain hands on experience, on Skype for Business. They were found at stand G705.

“We were so excited to be exhibiting at this fantastic expo”, says a spokesperson for Nexus OS. “It is a fantastic platform to allow businesses to communicate and learn from each other and to gain a greater understanding about the different communication tools that are out there. Our specific focus was on Skype for Business.”

Nexus 4 smartphone with Google Now and photo sphere camera picThe event span across two days, and people were able to receive advice as well as demonstrations on various new pieces of technology, with a specific focus on communications platforms. All of the big global vendors were represented at the event, which allowed for great information sharing. Additionally, a range of different industry experts were represented here, holding talks and demonstrations on their particular areas of expertise.

Nexus OS was one of 90 different specialist suppliers present at the event. These included start-up businesses and established vendors alike. Each of these managed to showcase their new technologies and demonstrate how these can be beneficial to other businesses.

As can be seen on www.nexusos.co.uk, the company was at the event for two days. During this time period, they were able to give demonstrations and expert advice focusing specifically on the various Microsoft Lync opportunities, as well as Skype for Business. The advice covered all the important elements of these tools, including how to plan for them and how to implement them. Additionally, information was provided on end user training for the various tools that Nexus OS works with.

Furthermore, Nexus OS offered information on their latest key service, which is UC Assurance. This means that those businesses that already have Lync infrastructure can benefit better from the services offered. Furthermore, it supports those who are considering moving into Skype for Business. These will be given fully assured support so that the migration process is completed properly, and so that they can continue to get the help they need for as long as they need it.

The event is a serious event, but that doesn’t mean fun wasn’t had. Many of the demonstrations were delivered with a lot of humour. Additionally, many of those who were represented at the event, including Nexus OS, handed out fantastic prizes to those who attended it. Many of these prizes did have some sort of link back to the communications and technology industry.

“We managed to give away a number of great prizes throughout the entire show”, adds the spokesperson for Nexusos.co.uk. “The prizes included a Revolabs FLX UC 500, an Xbox One with Kinect, a Sennheiser SP 20 and many other prizes. We wanted to make sure that people came to us and that they were rewarded for this as well. The event itself was an overwhelming success, and not just because we were able to hand out some great prizes. What matters is that information was shared and that businesses will now be able to improve on their communications technology.”

Guest Author: Lolita Di


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