| UCStrategies Industry Buzz | November 23, 2016
In this Industry Buzz podcast, the UCStrategies Experts host a discussion on digital disruption and the role of software in our changing industry. Blair Pleasant moderates the discussion, and is joined by Experts Marty Parker, Roberta J. Fox, David Smith, Jon Arnold, Steve Leaden and Melissa Swartz.
Listen to the podcast here (total run time 28:43).
Refer to the time codes below for each speaker:
- Blair Pleasant
- Marty Parker (:36)
- Roberta J. Fox (5:52)
- David Smith (7:55)
- Jon Arnold (10:32)
- Steve Leaden (14:52)
- Melissa Swartz (20:40)
- Marty Parker (22:53)
- Melissa Swartz (24:15)
- Marty Parker (25:00)
- Roberta J. Fox (26:07)
- Dave Smith (26:58)
- Roberta J. Fox (27:42)
- Blair Pleasant (28:22)
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UCStrategies Experts represent the Who’s Who of the Unified Communications world, providing key insights and analysis to help you better understand UC technologies, products, and trends. UCStrategies Experts are seasoned professionals and luminaries in their fields, with extensive experience and knowledge in their various areas of expertise.
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