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Seminar Hosted By Microsoft and FVC to Introduce Joint Unified Communications Solutions from Polycom and Microsoft


August 02, 2011

A unique half-day seminar was hosted by Microsoft and FVC, the primary value added distributor in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for Polycom, to introduce joint Unified Communications (UC) solutions from Polycom and Microsoft. The occasion highlighted the benefits of using Polycom's complete suite of HD voice, video, telepresence and infrastructure solutions that will locally combine with the UC solution from Microsoft Lync.

Organizations in almost all industries are finding that unified communications is serving them to transform their business by reducing costs, improving efficiency and productivity, and at the same time lowering their carbon footprint, all through the use of Polycom voice conferencing, video conferencing and telepresence solutions

FVC is one of the most important value added distributor (VAD) across the Middle East and North Africa. FVC works through its increasing network of channel partners in more than 45 countries throughout the region with dedicated offices across these nations.

FVC has built a flourishing business by taking advantage of the best of international solutions in the region, what with the new technologies and solutions motivating the rate of change of businesses. Exclusively in the region, its mixture of complete support for its channel partners and market- leading solutions from up-and-coming technologies offers both FVC's associates and their clientele with the full confidence to invest in integrated next-generation IT and networking solutions. These comprise of Unified Communications, Enterprise Threat Management, Network Optimization, Cloud Computing and Application Delivery.

On the other hand, Microsoft is the global leader in software, services and Internet technologies for personal as well as business computing. The company offers a wide range of products and services intended to empower people through great software for use anytime, anywhere and on any device.

In 1999, Microsoft Lebanon opened its offices with more than 200 associates all over the country. MS Lebanon is part of the NEPA subsidiary, which consists of Jordan, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Iraq, Tunisia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria and the Palestinian authority. As the use of software and technology grows with the number of Lebanese companies and those depending on IT as part of their daily life, the company is positioned to prosper even more in the years ahead.


Carolyn John is a Contributor to unified communications. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.




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