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Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Avaya Executive Briefing Center
Sponsored by NACR and Meru Networks
Tom Comer shares the changes coming in UC Applications, how your enterprise can take advantage of these changes and how Microsoft, IBM and other Software Companies are changing the landscape of Unified Communications and IP Telephony
Tom Comer is the Messaging Director with NACR. Tom has over 25 years telecommunication experience (Ericsson,
NEC, PacBell, Octel, Lucent, Avaya) and has for the past 10 years specialized in messaging, technical
and engineering design and support. His degree and certifications include; MBA-marketing, MA-telecommunications
Management, and Octel certified System Admin O200/300, O250/350.
Brett Schavey has over 20 years data, voice, and wireless engineering experience. He has consulted and helped install some of the largest and mission critical networks. He has also worked closely with Avaya, Extreme, Juniper, Colubris and other manufacturers. Brett has provided technical presentations to many client groups at the local and national level regarding subjects like wireless security, supporting mission critical applications on wired and wireless infrastructure, VoIP, wire and wireless security requirements, etc.
Ric Lukasiewicz also has over 20 years of data, voice and wireless experience working with IBM, Avaya, Extreme, Motorola, Oracle, and Microsoft. Such consulting includes applications like designing the worldwide communications infrastructures for Microsoft, Los Alamos National Laboratories, Nike, Warner Brothers, Cox Communications, Denver International Airport, etc.