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A message from the Peter Kazacos


PeterK

         

Peter Kazacos - Managing Director & Executive Chairman

Welcome to the Winter 2012 edition of the Anittel customer newsletter. In this issue we will be discussing the pros and cons of organisation Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes, the next generation of windows computing platform and a sneak peek at Anittel’s new Hosted IP Telephony service.

I’d like to also take this chance to welcome Michael Cook to Anittel. Michael will be responsible for Sales and Account Management teams across the nation. He is presently working with these teams to help streamline client and partner engagement.

As always, the team here at Anittel are ready to help you, so please do not hesitate to reach out and contact us.

Yours sincerely,
Peter.

   

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Sneak Peek into Hosted IP Telephony

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Rob Pickering - National Engineering Manager

Take a sneak peek into Anittel's new Hosted IP Telephony service, which is soon to be fully launched. This is the first of its kind in Australia and is based on the Cisco Unified Communications Call Manager platform. The product will be a replacement for our current hosted voice product and gives our customers access to an industry leading communication platform.

We believe this service will provide a great platform for growth inside of the Small to Medium Enterprise in Australia.

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Looking into Windows 8


John Walker 

        

John Walker - Marketing Executive

Microsoft’s plan to redeem its top place in the technology market has been made clear. The release of Windows 8 is not only the next version of Microsoft's familiar desktop interface; it is also the company's answer to the challenge of tablets. So as all eyes are now on Microsoft, let’s take a closer look at what Microsoft has prepared.


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BYOD in the Workforce


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Emily Pham- Online Marketing Coordinator

With new devices frequently hitting the markets, tech savvy employees are increasingly looking to bring their personal devices into the workplace. The emerging and increasingly popular concept of “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) presents unique opportunities and challenges to companies as employees want the latest technology, all the while blurring the boundaries between personal and corporate devices.

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