August 28, 2014
In this Industry Buzz podcast, Marty Parker leads a discussion about the recently released Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Communication. (Note: If you are a Gartner subscriber, this is Research Report G00262527. Also, Microsoft offers a reprint link here.) Marty is joined by UCStrategies Experts Dave Michels, Dr. Joseph Williams, Steve Leaden, Melissa Swartz, Phil Edholm, Don Van Doren, Bill MacKay, Art Rosenberg, J.R. Simmons, and Roberta Fox.
Listen to the podcast here (total run time 37:05).
Refer to the time codes below for each speaker:
- Marty Parker
- Dave Michels (3:38)
- Joseph Williams (6:48)
- Steve Leaden (8:44)
- Melissa Swartz (14:18)
- Phil Edholm (16:13)
- Don Van Doren (23:10)
- Bill MacKay (26:41)
- Art Rosenberg (28:52)
- J.R. Simmons (30:43)
- Roberta J. Fox (33:48)
- Marty Parker (38:29)
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