MUG Newsletter: June 2019 Issue

A few selected articles from the June 2019 issue are presented on this page. To read the full issue, click the button below. Back issues can be found in the Archive box at right.

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2019 GMUG Virtual Event

Mark your calendar for our annual Virtual Event, it will be held onOctober 22, 2019! Our highly interactive, 3-D virtual environment will feature a video streaming keynote, on-demand breakout sessions with speaker Q&A and interactive solution booths within the exhibit hall. With many of your peers in attendance, this FREE event boasts all of the advantages of a physical conference without any of the hassle.

In 2018, we welcomed over 700 attendees representing 62 countries from around the world! They viewed and downloaded over 10,000 pieces of educational documentation and 76% of attendees attended a virtual Mitel Training, all for FREE! Furthermore, 91% of attendees rated the event relevant to highly relevant to their professional challenges with over 96% recommending the event to a colleague.

We are looking forward to providing another great day complete with breakout sessions and training on all Mitel solutions. Stay tuned for open registration and details on what you can expect on the agenda and within the environment.



When Artificial Intelligence Meets Collaboration: Team Selection

by Ryan Smith, Director of Solutions Marketing at Mitel, on June 21, 2019

There’s no doubt artificial intelligence is transforming the very concept of work and, when combined with effective collaboration, the possibilities are endless. In this six-part blog series, I use my nearly 20 years of industry expertise to dive into these possibilities, imagining a world where AI meets collaboration—and work is never quite the same.

In my previous blog, I discussed how mining tribal knowledge within your organization can help you succeed on your projects. We also looked at how using artificial intelligence to do so saves you time on top of helping you build a repeatable workflow that can be optimized for efficiency.

So, how do you decide who should be on your project’s team?

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