Published By: Cisco EMEA
Published Date: May 15, 2018
Your employees, customers, and partners need the ability to connect and collaborate, at any time, from any location—across time zones or simply across the conference table.
And those workplaces are expanding faster than ever, powered by mobile and cloud usage that makes virtual meetings essential. With scalable and secure voice, video, and content sharing, real-time collaboration can happen anywhere. Staying connected can lead to improved productivity and faster decision-making, as well as better customer service. But only if the technology offers a seamless experience and is intuitive enough to drive user adoption. While the need for better meetings is universal, not all conferencing tools are the same.
Choosing the wrong tool could actually decrease productivity by wasting valuable meeting time troubleshooting the technology, or by providing a negative experience that will deter users from embracing it. This is especially true in situations where poor meeting quality could impact
Despite momentous benefits, cloud computing has its own set of challenges that must be addressed. The primary concern that many enterprises and end users have is related to security, especially data protection and privacy and loss of control. This article discusses the several challenges associated with security for cloud-based video conferencing and how organizations can remove these barriers by adopting solutions that implement security as a key tenet.
Watch this live demo of the new Cisco Spark
We’d like to share with you the video of a really fun demo we made recently of new Cisco Spark.
It’s Cisco’s cool new product that rolls meetings, messaging, and calls into one service. All of this happens in digital workspaces in the Cisco cloud.
You can share files with your team there, screen share, and draw. Everything’s saved in this space.
When your business is ready, you can add Cisco video conferencing room systems, or desktop video phones. It all works together with your service.
Published By: Arkadin
Published Date: Nov 20, 2018
Are you considering cloud-based video conferencing?
Organizations today are seeking simple HD video conferencing solutions with a seamless and consistent user experience across devices. Preparation is key in realizing the benefits of cloud-based video conferencing, so we've put together a list of the most important items to consider to help get you started.
Founded in 2011 by Eric S. Yuan and other senior executives and engineers from WebEx and Cisco, California-based Zoom Video Communications (Zoom) offers cloud-based collaboration services.
When first launched, Zoom was heavily focused on video conferencing. Over time, the company has expanded its service to include additional capabilities such as audio dial-in with local numbers around the world, group messaging, wireless presentation, content co-annotation, and more.
Published By: Lifesize
Published Date: Nov 23, 2015
Cloudbasierte Videokonferenzen können viele Probleme in Ihrem Unternehmen lösen, ohne dass Sie sich den Kopf zerbrechen oder sich in Unkosten stürzen müssen. Sehen Sie sich selbst um und erfahren Sie mehr über Cloud-Videokonferenzen.
Video conferencing is a well established communications tool for large organization -- In this Frost and Sullivan paper on video, Learn how leverage in the cloud to makes video conferencing more pervasive in your organization.
There has never been a better time for small and medium businesses to start using video conferencing. Sweeping changes in technology and price decreases due to competition among service providers have made it easier than ever to get started.
For today’s businesses, fast Internet access is more than a competitive advantage. It is an operational necessity. Changes in the way companies are working – and the tools they are using – have created the need for high-speed connections to services and individuals off-site. Across the country, in-house servers are rapidly being replaced by cloud-based infrastructure. Videoconferencing is helping businesses cut travel costs. Mobile devices – with easy links to work-related content – are enabling more employees to be more productive, from any location. All of these applications have one factor in common: they require bandwidth. And plenty of it. Download this white paper to learn more about high-speed internet connections.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
This research note identifies the key trends, the video-enabled business applications that enterprises need to implement now, and describes how to develop a video strategy. Knowing how video is currently being used will help managers identify use cases, understand what users need to get their jobs done, and choose the right solutions for their enterprises.
Published By: Arkadin
Published Date: Sep 11, 2013
Cost effective, simple to deploy, next generation HD video conferencing solutions are no longer limited to C-level boardrooms, today enabling face-to-face meetings at the knowledge worker level delivering high levels of engagement and increased productivity.
Say hello to video conferencing like you’ve never seen. Only Lifesize delivers one solution for simply connecting your conference rooms to everyone who needs to be in the meeting—from anywhere, on any device. And that’s just the beginning. Download to learn more.
Businesses increasingly have more remote workers. Whether working remote full-time, part-time or just while traveling for business, these workers rely heavily on their own mobile devices to stay connected, yet they still need to stay connected to their teams for meetings in their office. Now, more than ever, there’s a strong demand for a video conferencing solution that can provide a simple and instant connection from the office to the home and on the go. Download now to learn more!
How we communicate in the business world is changing. Businesses increasingly have more remote workers. Whether working remote fulltime, part-time or just traveling for business, these workers rely heavily on their own mobile devices to stay connected to their teams, as well as to participate in meetings. Now more than ever, remote workers want (and expect) face-to-face interaction—and they want a seat at the meeting. There’s a strong demand for a video conferencing solution that can provide a simple and instant connected experience from the office to the home and on the go.
Download now to learn more about cloud video conferencing.
Published By: Wheelhouse
Published Date: Aug 13, 2013
Changes in a number of areas are transforming business telephony. These changes have varying causes: advances in IP communication technology, the explosion of mobile communication, the growth of cloud-based services, and the proliferation of video conferencing, to name a few. The changes have affected small companies in big ways. In particular, they have given SMBs access to communication capabilities formerly reserved for large companies. But they also have growing potential to affect enterprises. Thus the failure to keep on top of them can leave even the biggest companies at risk of falling behind.
In Forrester’s 24-criteria evaluation of videoconferencing infrastructure and cloud services vendors, we
identified the 10 most significant OEMs — Acano, AGT, Avaya, Blue Jeans Network, Cisco Systems,
Lifesize, Pexip, Polycom, Videxio, and Vidyo — in the category and researched, analyzed, and scored them.
This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in
relation to each other to help technology managers select the right videoconferencing infrastructure or
service for their environment.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Dec 18, 2014
In Forrester’s 24-criteria evaluation of videoconferencing infrastructure and cloud services vendors, we identified the 10 most significant OEMs — Acano, AGT, Avaya, Blue Jeans Network, Cisco Systems, Lifesize, Pexip, Polycom, Videxio, and Vidyo — in the category and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help technology managers select the right videoconferencing infrastructure or service for their environment.
Download this white paper to learn why businesses seeking a competitive edge should deploy video conferencing and the pain points associated with today's video conferencing deployments and how they can be moved to the cloud. You'll also discover how the Blue Jeans cloud video conferencing service is addressing these challenges to make successful video conferencing a reality for businesses of all sizes.