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<p>Manish Sablok is Head of Marketing, North Europe for Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. Manish has a key role in defining go-to-market messaging for customer service, network infrastructure and unified communications product suites in the Northern Europe region. Manish has previously produced articles and white papers on subjects including the importance of Customer Effort in the drive for loyalty, the importance of an Application Fluent Network in establishing an effective multi-channel communications infrastructure and how organisations can move away from single-vendor tie-in to realise greater business benefits. </p> <p>Manish has been at Alcatel-Lucent for seven years, and before his appointment for the new Enterprise group he was Solutions Marketing Director for Unified Communications (UC) with a worldwide remit. Manish Sablok has a strong background in communications infrastructure, having been at Avaya for five years as Product Marketing Manager for South Asia and before that was Global Account and Channel Sales Manager at Siemens. </p>

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Companies to guard against becoming Olympic drop-outs

Companies to guard against becoming Olympic drop-outs

Back in April, I looked at the issues surrounding network infrastructure ahead of the Olympic Games and all the pressure they will bring to corporations in and around London in particular.A response from fellow blogger J Watson pointed out that he has personally witnessed network traffic in large corporations increase by as much as 50-100% during an event like the Olympics.

published June 6, 2012 by

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To BYOD or not to BYOD – that is the question!

To BYOD or not to BYOD – that is the question!

There are two main schools of thought out there in the industry concerning BYOD: the BYOD school argues that it is inevitably the way forward across the enterprise; the Not to BYOD school forecasts that BYOD is not as much of a good thing as perhaps originally anticipated, bringing with it security, cost and data management issues.

published May 11, 2012 by

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Get ahead of the Games – look at your network now

Get ahead of the Games – look at your network now

Businesses are being urged to allow some staff to work from home during this summer’s London Olympic Games, but an increased number of homeworkers – coupled with a surge in people going online to watch the Games – will undoubtedly have a massive impact on the internet.The Government has been quick to put out warnings of possible internet outages.

published April 3, 2012 by

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Five trends to transform enterprise communication

Five trends to transform enterprise communication

2012 is already well under way, and the world of enterprise communications is changing at a speed that might have seemed impossible a few years ago with smartphones and tablets, laptops and even personal cloud services. I think there are five key trends that are going to change to face of enterprise communications in 2012.

published February 29, 2012 by

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Beware, Santa’s on his mobile!

Beware, Santa’s on his mobile!

Remember 'Text and Take Home' for Argos – that amazing new service that let us find products and reserve via text which, despite and probably thanks to its simplicity, gathered an impressive take up from day one. It seems a distant memory!

published December 16, 2011 by

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Have we reached the infrastructure tipping point?

Have we reached the infrastructure tipping point?

The Nokia launch and BlackBerry outages flag up the need to provide secure and reliable application and services access to executives on the move.These two events last month show just how important it is becoming for organisations to provide employees with secure and reliable accessibility to information and services, wherever they may be.

published November 1, 2011 by

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Can’t get into the office today? No problem!

Can’t get into the office today? No problem!

Recent disturbances have made it even more important for businesses to build home and remote working into their business communications infrastructure. And with the disruptions of the Olympics not far away, we all need to be prepared for employees to be able to work as well remotely or from home as they do in the office.

published August 16, 2011 by

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How to make the ‘Happiness Dividend’ work for you

How to make the ‘Happiness Dividend’ work for you

I was intrigued to see some research surface late last month which looked at job satisfaction rates. Shawn Achor wrote a blog published on the Harvard Business Review website entitled ‘The Happiness Dividend’, looking at why employees are unhappy in their work, and how companies can look to increase employee engagement.

published August 2, 2011 by

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Bring 'water cooler conversations' into public domain

Bring 'water cooler conversations' into public domain

With so many people realising the power of social media outside of the enterprise in their personal lives, we mustn't forget its power across the enterprise, and by this I mean customer-to-employee AND employee-to-employee. Despite the surge in social media adoption, it is the area of biggest disparity between home and the enterprise.

published June 9, 2011 by

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