Proper configuration is key to maximizing cost savings when implementing a collaboration platform. Are you utilizing enough bandwidth? Are your headers too large? Are your phones working properly (hard or soft?)?
Lab it up before you make any changes or implement a system. It doesn’t need to be expensive. Chuck Keith, a webinar presenter, shared how to set up a home lab that is ideal for people who want to improve their collaboration skills.
Here are some highlights from the webinar:
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Start training00:48 – CCNP Collaboration Overview03/07 – Lab Setup Basics06:00 – Less Expensive Alternatives08/43 – GNS3 Demo14/39 – Introducing Cisco Devnet
Chuck answered questions at the conclusion of his webinar.
Here are the timestamps of all the great answers Chuck gave during his Q&A session.
00:08 – When will Chuck’s first SPOTO course be released? It’s good news! It’s out! Is he going on to continue making them now that he joined SPOTO?02:00 – Which server is better for Cisco Unified Contact Center Express training?04:59 – What does Chuck think about BroadSoft?10:45 – Can Chuck use Jabber to log into Cisco Finesse for UCCX?14:54 Does it require a POTS line to build a voice lab?16.28?
Chuck Keith is a Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching and Voice certified instructor. He also holds CompTIA Security+ certifications. He joined the SPOTO team as a 2017 member.
These posts are from the SPOTO blog and will help you learn more about collaboration.
The Emergence of Unified Communications and Collaboration
Five Reasons to Get Your Collaboration Certificate
5 Unified Collaboration Market Trends 2018
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