We have gathered feedback and testimonials from CXOs and Delegates who had participated in the 2nd Collaboration Retreat 2011 about how they perceived the event, suggestions for improvement, what they expect to see in the next Collaboration Retreat, etc. Check out the event testimonials here.
CIO Survey Report:
Mr. Srinivas Iyengar (Director IT and Operations, Aegon Religare), who has won the CIO 100 Award in 2009 and 2010, shared how Connect Xf (an Open Source based Email system) seamlessly integrated with Microsoft Exchange and provided key benefits like smooth mailflow, high reliability, easy scalability and efficient utilization of IT resources.
New Business Case Study:
A new business case study covering 3 large enterprises from Manufacturing, Telecom, Defense sectors was unveiled during the Collaboration Retreat 2011. It talks about consolidation of their respective collaboration infrastructures into uniform, centralized setups, to derive benefits of substantially lower TCO, high-availability, improved security and scalability. Download it now | Read more case studies
Opening Address: Collaboration Retreat 2011
In his opening address, Tarun Malaviya (CEO of Mithi), explained the theme of the Collaboration Retreat and how this event is shaping up as a platform for seeding new ideas on collaboration. With the help of several real life examples, he talked about how in today’s world, collaboration is more important than competition as a means for progress. He explained how Collaboration impacts our work and social life and how Collaboration Technologies will define how business is done in this century. Click here to view its full text transcript.
Low Cost Email and Collaboration Solutions: Some Experiences and Learning
As a speaker at the Collaboration Retreat 2011, Ashok Malaviya (Director – Sales at Mithi) shares how Mithi has been consistently trying to lower the cost of Email and Collaboration for its customers through successive generations of its product. He speaks on how every time Mithi attempted to reduce the costs for its customers, it had to improve performance. In this talk, he explains how it is never really possible to reduce costs without first improving performance. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of this Video