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EC logo.jpgAvaya is once again strutting its stuff this week in Orlando at the annual Enterprise Connect conference March 26-29. If you’re attending, check us out in booth 801, where we’re showcasing solutions that address challenges companies face as they move to a more productive level of collaboration and strive to differentiate the customer experience – from mobility, consumerization and BYOD to network simplification and virtualization. For more details on our presence at the show, click here.

We also made a couple of significant news announcements today. The first unveils Avaya’s new “Collaborative Cloud” strategy and products – a strategic framework for delivering communications and collaboration applications and services to businesses through public, private and hybrid cloud models. We also announced the AvayaLiveâ?¢ suite of unique, public-cloud delivered solutions, including the new AvayaLive Connect solution and the enhanced AvayaLive Engage. For more info, click here. And, we announced plans to establish a strategic relationship with Level 3 Communications in support of the AvayaLiveâ?¢ Connect solution in the U.S.

Avaya Keynote – Our Sr. VP and GM for Communications Applications and Emerging Technologies, Brett Shockley, gave a keynote speech this morning on “Focusing on the User Experience” where he provided perspectives on how enterprises can more easily deploy powerful, yet easy-to-use communications technologies to make the most of the new “Collaboration Frontier.”

You can check out Eric Krapf’s take on the topic on No Jitter by clicking here.

Or, check out InformationWeek’s article “Avaya Gives Peek At Future Of Collaboration” by clicking here.

And finally, photos from the trade show floor….We’re updating them as we receive them, so check out the latest on Avaya’s Facebook page here.

Jay Barta is the former Senior Corporate Communications Manager at Avaya. He has more than 20 years experience in communications and holds a B.A. in Journalism from Texas State University. Jay is currently a member of the Dallas Cowboys Statistician Crew for the NFL. more