Business Video Conferencing and Telepresence Technology News
November 23, 2016
Microsoft is expanding beyond desktop video with partnerships that integrate room video conferencing hardware with Skype for Business. Logitech's SmartDock is the first available integration.
October 13, 2016
The burgeoning market for huddle rooms, or small meeting spaces, is seeing a diverse set of products that aim to enrich the video collaboration experience.
October 03, 2016
Crestron, Logitech and Polycom have introduced product support for Skype for Business meetings that make the UC service a better enterprise option.
September 28, 2016
In UC news, Prysm adds guest mode to allow outside users into its visual workplace software, while video analytics is seeing growing interest in several verticals.
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