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AT&T sheds light on its unified communication strategy for Europe [Video]

07 Dec 2012

NEW JERSEY: US network AT&T gave V3 an exclusive tour of its Global Network and Operations Centre in Bedminster, New Jersey on Thursday.

While there we caught up with its vice president of voice and collaboration services, Shawn Conroy, to discuss the firm's future plans for rolling out unified communication in Europe and what benefits it can bring for enterprises.

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