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Annual Forum: Nov 21, 2005 (Open to All): IP Telephony
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The Society of Internet Professionals (SIP) would like to invite you to attend an evening of education and networking:

•  Networking and Mingling: Exchange your business cards with your peers. Meet representatives of some not-for-profits, trade shows, SIP volunteers and sponsors.

•  Challenge stories and get advice from your peers and experts in the audience for challenges facing your business, life or career. We are hoping it will be an interactive and fun session:

- How to keep your Internet computer Alive & Healthy by Duke Duyck -
- How to keep your self up-to-date with technology by James Courtney - Details

•  Presentation: IP Telephony - Future is Now

A single, converged network can impact businesses not only from the perspective of cost reduction, but more significantly from revenue generation and virtual evolution of the integration of communications and business applications across networks and devices.

Mobile work is a growing reality of business today. According to Gartner, there are approximately 1.53 M teleworkers in Canada , with an annual growth of 9.5% expected for 2006. Learn how you can gain competitive advantage by deploying mobility solutions; How to transparently extend communications applications to remote and mobile employees; which solutions fit best for different employee workgroups.

Speaker:
Amir Hameed, B.A.Sc (Electrical Engineer) is the National IP Telephony Practice Leader at Avaya Canada . In his current role, Mr. Hameed is focused on driving thought leadership around Avaya IP Telephony solutions and helping customers create long-term strategies for their IP deployments. Mr. Hameed is an experienced professional engineer and has held a variety of positions in sales, marketing and engineering in the telecommunications industry over the past 13 years.    

Date and Time
Monday November 21, 2005; 6 pm to 9 pm .

Location:
Estonian House, 958 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 2R6
Using TTC: Broadview subway station. Take any bus north and it's just 2 stops from the subway or an energetic walk!
Free Parking
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Registration
$10 (refreshments and snacks provided)
Net proceeds of the registration fees will be donated to a Kashmir earthquake fund (idrf.ca). The charity will be present to take additional donations and raffle a 50/50 tickets $2 each.

Please use PayPal for credit card payment or UseMyBank for direct debit.

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Limited number of “VOIP for Dummies” special edition books will be given to pre-registered attendees.

Not a member of SIP? Check out the benefits of joining SIP at:
http://www.sipgroup.org/membership/benefits.html
New members will be provided with a gold plated SIP lapel PIN at this event.

We will sell raffle tickets for various prizes to raise funds for the charity (idrf.ca) - Details

Event Sponsor

Avaya Inc. designs, builds and manages communications networks for more than 1 million businesses worldwide, including over 90 percent of the FORTUNE 500®. Focused on businesses large to small, Avaya is a world leader in secure and reliable Internet Protocol (IP) telephony systems and communications software applications and services. Driving the convergence of voice and data communications with business applications - and distinguished by comprehensive worldwide services - Avaya helps customers leverage existing and new networks to achieve superior business results.  www.avaya.com .

We would like to hear from you, if you wish to have a table at this unique event to promote your products and services.

Please email rsvp@sipgroup.org or call 905-508-1198 to get a benefit package for sponsoring a future SIP event.

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