Conferencing Week in Review: IDC, GIA, Scholars Junction
Stay off the highway to the danger zone, and enter the Conferencing Zone. The wonderful thing about conferencing technology is that it lets people communicate for business or for pleasure, from near or from afar, without the travel. Perhaps this is why so many companies are jumping on the video conferencing bandwagon.
Report: Cloud Video Conferencing Set To Explode
The expansion and acceptance of video conferencing services in the enterprise has had at least one new side benefit: the growth of cloud-based video conferencing services. A new report forecasts that the cloud-based video conferencing services market could be worth $2.9 billion by 2020.
Companies Looking at Cloud Video Conferencing Need To Make Sure They're Ready
There is very little doubt that cloud video conferencing is becoming more popular all the time. More and more companies are taking advantage of the technology but that means that more and more companies are finding there are unique challenges to overcome when it comes to this platform. One big factor that needs to be addressed is making sure that companies have local and wide area networks that can actually support high quality cloud-based video conferencing.
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How often have you had a teleconference where—because of audio-related issues—you had difficulty in conducting an important meeting? Or in some cases, not even being able to make a clear connection at all? Curtiss Singleton, Director of Sales for the Americas at Revolabs, Inc., discusses conferencing solutions that not only provide unmatched audio quality, but ones that also “cut the cord”—giving you the freedom to move around the workspace.
Doug Green, Publisher of Telecom Reseller, speaks with JP Carney, President and CEO of Revolabs, about the company, the importance of audio quality in UC, the compatibility of their products with various UC platforms, and their acquisition by Yamaha after one year. They discuss how clear audio for teleconferencing is the core element of true collaboration.