Conferencing Zone Week in Review: De Beers Group, Depo International & FreeSWITCHService
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in the Conferencing Zone this week.
There are some things in life that should be hard—diamonds, pavement, a hard-boiled egg. However, when it comes to video conferencing, deploying new solutions should be easy. De Beers Group recently made this realization when transitioning to its new Canadian office. Find out how the mining and luxury jewelry retailer managed to keep the move from becoming a major headache HERE.
De Beers Group wasn’t the only one empowered by video conferencing this week, though. Depo International in Minneapolis, MN decided to incorporate mobile video conferencing opportunities into its operations. This is great news for attorneys, as it allows them to take on more cases without having to travel a lot in a single day. All the details are HERE.
Madhu Kishwar is also going to have an easier time now because of video conferencing capabilities. The activist is preparing to go to trial due to claims of criminal defamation. However, the courthouse she was supposed to appear in is in a dangerous area of India, and the Supreme Court has granted her permission to appear via video conference instead. The full coverage is HERE.
Finally, the week rounded out with the news that FreeSWITCHService will be offering customized FreeSWITCH video conferencing solutions for its global clientele. The company already offers is global customers plenty of features, such as IVR, DID (Direct Inward Dialing) and telecom API development solutions. Now, by offering these new conferencing solutions, FreeSWITCHService hopes to help its clients even more. Everything you need to know is HERE.
That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the Conferencing space.