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Shannon Champion - Product Line Manager for Cisco

Shannon Champion

Shannon is a Product Line Manager for Cisco at PC Connection with more than 10 years of experience in the IT industry. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, sports, and spending time with her family. 

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IP Phone System - Cisco Business Edition 6000

Is Your Out-Dated Phone System Holding You Back?

Why IP Systems Are Now Easier to Use than Ever

by Shannon Champion | 03.31.14

Isn’t it crazy to think that over 70% of midsize companies are still using outdated phone systems because they think IP-based systems are beyond their budget and IT skill level?

As we all know… with IP telephony the handset is no longer a digital device hanging off a copper loop from a PBX. Instead, the handset lives on the network as another computer device. And the overall goal is to no longer strictly on the telephony (or voice) portion of daily communications. Rather, it is on an affordable communications solution that integrates multiple UC applications on a single platform, including voice, mobility, messaging, conferencing, presence, and contact center capabilities that extends to all devices a person may use, enabling mobility.  The question becomes, “Can I get end-to-end collaboration capabilities, ready-to-run virtualization, an open and interoperable architecture, in a solution that is affordable, secure, and easy-to manage?” Read on for the answer.  


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Video Collaboration Boosts Productivity and Business Agility

Boost Productivity and Business Agility

See the Benefits of Video Collaboration

by Shannon Champion | 01.08.14

Businesses are evolving today at the speed of technology. Your organization is expected to do things that would have been unheard of just five years ago—especially when it comes to bringing people together-- from your employees, to your clients, and even regulators. A relationship via phone and email just isn’t going to cut it anymore. Not only that, but your company needs to stay connected and unified, all while keeping costs down. But there’s a solution: video collaboration. For more on the benefits video collaboration can bring to your organization, keep reading.

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