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Michael Vorisek

Program Manager, Telecoms & Networking, Central and Eastern Europe

Michael Vorisek covers markets in the unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) ecosystems of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). His areas of focus include IP telephony, UC&C platforms and equipment, unified communications as a service (UCaaS), and business IP voice services.

After joining IDC in 2008, Vorisek initially focused on the security of telecommunications networks and on fixed business and consumer communications services in Central and Eastern Europe. His focus has evolved to include business communications equipment and services across the broader EMEA region.

In addition to his work as an IDC analyst, Vorisek is a part-time teacher and researcher of the history of sociology. He studied history and sociology at Charles University in Prague, and social and political science at the European University Institute in Florence. In addition to his native Czech, he is fluent in English and Italian and speaks passable French and German.

Avaya Files for Chapter 11 Protection

Jan 2017 - IDC Link - Doc # lcUS42260517

by: Rich CostelloMichael Vorisek,  Emir Halilovic,  Rohit Mehra

On January 19, 2017, Avaya Inc. announced that it had commenced a formal proceeding to restructure its balance sheet and better position the company for the future. To facilitate this restructuring, Avaya — together with certain of its dome...
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EMEA Fixed Business Voice Platforms and Services, 2017-2021

Nov 2017 - Market Forecast - Doc # EMEA42796417

by: Michael Vorisek

This IDC Market Forecast provides a topline 2017–2021 forecast for the EMEA fixed business voice services market. It examines the transition from TDM to IP voice services and from on-premises voice platforms to hosted services. IDC data pro...
This IDC Market Note discusses Cisco's pending acquisition of BroadSoft. It summarizes IDC's opinion on why the deal makes sense for both companies and discusses next steps.
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