Collaboration in the enterprise requires a triumvirate of people, process and technology to be successful. With the plethora of collaboration applications available today, both IT professionals and collaboration business users alike need to take a holistic approach to be successful with
collaboration. This paper lets you know about some of the common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
WebRTC, web real-time communications, is one of the hottest topics in the video communications industry, and for good reason. In a nutshell, WebRTC enables a user to connect over video without having to download a software client or plugin, and no username or password is required. Basically, all you need is a webcam, an Internet connection and the right browser (for example, the latest versions of Mozilla® or Chrome™), and you can connect over video with colleagues, partners, vendors and customers.
Video has become an essential component in the collaborative day-to-day of business, but there are dramatic differences in strategies and approaches. Download PGi’s Video Conferencing Buyer’s Guide for everything you need to know before choosing the right video conferencing solution for your company.
Thinking about a web conferencing solution switch? Then this IT Buyer’s Guide to Web Conferencing is for you. The positive impact of a web conferencing solution is well-established. But a web conferencing tool can become just another pain point for IT teams. To reduce the resource and budget burdens your team, it is imperative to find the right solution from the start. Download PGi’s IT Buyer’s Guide to Web Conferencing to use as a reference tool for your research.
Webinare unterscheiden sich von kollaborativen Web-Meetings basierend auf Umfang, Geschäftsverhalten, Geschäftsanforderungen und Erwartungen der Teilnehmer. Webinare sind strukturierte, vorab geplante, One-to-Many LiveEvents, die höchst skalierbar sind und gestreamte Präsentationen sowie DesktopSharing, Stimmenabgaben, Umfragen und Chat-Funktionen bieten. Infolgedessen erfordern sie unterschiedliche Planung, Förderung, Übertragung und Messung.
Web conferencing can be used in many meeting scenarios, from internal collaboration to presentations, training and large events. IT leaders must examine the use cases that will drive their requirements for a portfolio of online meeting technologies.
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.
Solar City provides a customer testimonial detailing how Zoom was able to help reduce executive travel costs, increase efficiency, and expand nationally and internationally.
Learn more about Zoom today at http://zoom.us/
See Jack? Oh no. Jack is frustrated.
He wants to know something: Why can't the people at his agency meet and collaborate on the web with anybody, anywhere, at a moment's notice, without worrying about security?
Be more productive, collaborative, and get more done faster using Cisco WebEx Meeting Center — the proven industry leader in web and video conferencing. As a FedRAMPcompliant service, you can use Cisco WebEx to hold regular meetings with anyone — regardless of location.
Manage projects, host meetings, and make faster, more informed decisions by keeping everyone on the same page with meetings that allow everyone to see, hear, and view the same information at the same time. And host engaging and creative sessions with colleagues, internal teams and other agencies.
Go ahead. Create and join meetings easily from your computer
or mobile device. Invite participants to share content in
real time. See who you’re talking to. All in a highly secure
This is now reality for government agencies, thanks to Cisco
WebEx® Web Conferencing, a FedRAMP-compliant service.
As a FedRAMP-compliant solution provided by the market
leader in web and video conferencing, Cisco WebEx Web
Conferencing lets you:
• Easily meet face to face with meeting participants from
• See and hear the same information at the same time with
• Collaborate and increase productivity without the need for
• Make meetings more engaging with high-definition (HD)
video, audio, and content sharing
Today, businesses and teams are becoming more dispersed, and the speed of doing business is accelerating.
These two realities point to the growing need for reliable tools that allow teams to successfully work, collaborate and engage customers and team members in a meaningful way. Webinars and web conferences can empower your people to do just that.
You wouldn’t hold a critical investor call, customer event or shareholder’s meeting in your office bullpen. So why would you host an important virtual event on a platform intended to support small-group collaboration and teamwork?
Frost & Sullivan research shows that two-thirds of companies use web conferencing on a regular basis for project collaboration. We also know that more and more of them are turning to the same solutions to host webinars for critical internal and external events. While web conferencing solutions can be used to support large-group or strategically important meetings, webinar technology is designed specifically for that purpose and will almost always deliver a better experience and a higher return on investment. Webinar tools deliver a wealth of features to help companies gain better insights into attendee sentiment for better investor relations, employee and customer experience, and lead generation and qualification:
• Integrated video draws higher levels of int
As an industry expert in VoIP and UC technologies, I am personally declaring "2011 as the Year of Videoconferencing". Yes videoconferencing is here and it's going mainstream - BIG time. Read this white paper to find out why.
This white paper, written by David Maldow, will explain why webcasts aren’t fully interactive, why you should care, and the potential benefits of full interactivity for large-scale business video events.