Business Video Conferencing and Telepresence Technology News
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.
August 31, 2016
Vidyo plans to offer tools and APIs at no cost to developers building applications with the company's upcoming video PaaS.
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A huddle room is a small conference area, typically seating 3-6 people and equipped with conferencing and collaboration technologies. Continue Reading
This codec primer explores video and voice codecs and explains their essential role in video conferencing setups, allowing participants to see and hear each other in real time. Continue Reading
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The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians deployed Lifesize's Skype for Business integration to migrate to the cloud and improve communications within the community. Continue Reading
Finding the right video conferencing product depends on the size of your business and your particular use case. On-premises and cloud services are also a key consideration. Continue Reading
Before you buy video conferencing services, evaluate the components of cloud vs. on-premises video to determine which deployment model is the right fit for your organization. Continue Reading
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Organizations must ensure their networks can support employees' current and future video collaboration needs. Learn how to evaluate your network's ability to support video traffic. Continue Reading
Workers unhappy with available collaboration platforms increasingly bypass IT and download apps such as Slack and Unify Circuit, then convert their colleagues into users too. Continue Reading
When enterprises make technology buying decisions, employees now wield more power. Learn how lines of business can play a central role in developing a video conferencing strategy. Continue Reading
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Enterprises that want a video system that is easy for employees to use should prioritize training and support. Expert Jon Arnold explains what aspects to focus on. Continue Reading
Network engineers have long suffered the consequences of slow provisioning times for many traditional wide area network (WAN) connections like point-to-point T1 lines or MPLS networks. They're at the mercy of carriers that can take as long as three ... Continue Reading
When choosing a video as a service provider, security should be a top priority. Video expert Stephen Campbell explains how to keep video as a service secure. Continue Reading