Category: Cloud Services

2014 has been another eventful year for collaboration and technology. There have been a few trends in particular that have been top of mind for many. We are going to take a look at a few of these trends and how they have helped shape and promote collaboration.  IoT The concept of everyday objects being connected by a network and having the ability to send and receive data has exploded this year. This is in part due to the continued desire to increase connectedness of people and things as well as the reduced cost of manufacturing wireless, power-efficient chips that are able …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Giving IT a Say in the Collaboration Cloud Shadow IT isn’t the exception for most companies, but the norm. As technology spend, especially on collaboration, increasingly occurs outside of IT, IT organizations must change their operating model to become trusted advisors, helping to guide lines of business to the right solution. IFTF: From Telepresence to Copresence In the same way that face-to-face interactions are defined by physical proximity, copresent interactions are defined by attentional proximity. This has been true since the time of the telephone, but what’s different today is that a …

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Introducing MyCVE

November 10, 2014, by Adam Kaiser in Cloud Services, Video Conferencing

Introducing MyCVE One of the biggest advantages of cloud based services and specifically cloud video conferencing is the ability to continually roll out new features and functionality without forcing users to upgrade hardware or make additional investments. Last year, IVCi introduced our Cloud Video Experience service which offers a complete video conferencing solution delivered from the cloud. The service allows video conferencing hardware or software clients to be instantly deployed and connected to a world-wide network. The end result can be an entire organization with hundreds or even thousands of employees equipped with the ability to video call each other or anyone …

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American Telemedicine Association’s policy duo Jonathan Linkous, CEO and Gary Capistrant, Senior Director of Public Policy, return with updates and new information regarding telemedicine for the month of October. What’s New with ATA The ATA is continuously developing a set of comprehensive standards and guidelines for telemedicine. Most recently the ATA produced practice guidelines for intensive care units that were approved by the Society of Critical Care and Medicine, and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Additionally the ATA Clinical Guidelines for Telepathology were approved by the Digital Pathology Association. The ATA is currently working on guidelines for the following; telestroke, pediatrics and mental …

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The American Telemedicine Association’s Senior Director of Public Policy, Gary Capistrant, and Director of State Policy Latoya Thomas, joined together to discuss several telehealth bills and regulations as well as state policy developments for the month of September. What’s New with ATA The ATA is scheduled to launch an Accreditation Program recognizing US and Canadian Organizations who provide direct or online healthcare consultations that meet specific standards for online healthcare consultants online patient care programs.   This program will launch in November. ATA members will receive an invitation to pre-register during the month of October. Congress: Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee …

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The topic of cloud video conferencing comes up frequently here on the blog as well as around the collaboration industry as a whole. IVCi’s latest offering, Cloud Video Experience, provides a complete video collaboration service from the cloud that includes virtual meeting rooms, endpoint subscriptions, and software for desktop computers and iPads. The specifications of these services are good to know but the question really is how can a cloud service, such as CVE, help my business? Ensure Quality Across The Globe Many multinational organizations invest in visual collaboration technology in their data centers through the purchase of hardware and software. These devices …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration.  3 Ways to Create a Productive Virtual Work Environment As online collaboration tools become increasingly sophisticated, a growing number of virtual companies are learning to take advantage of the global talent marketplace. However, managing a virtual company requires a different mindset — both for employees and employers. Delivering Better Transportation Solutions In a Connected World With Cisco IoE Many transportation systems have been in place for decades.  And, as more and more connections are needed, consolidating these aging and disparate proprietary networks into a single, more powerful IP network that supports the demand …

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Break out from behind your desk, and have your online meeting anywhere through the use of mobile video conferencing! Mobile devices are not only changing the way we have meetings, but changing the way we do business. No matter the number of employees a company holds, the location of the organization or the competitive environment and industry, mobile video conferencing allows you to do more with less. It creates a more personalized interaction, while fostering relationships, on the go. With that said, understanding the vital do’s and don’ts of mobile video conferencing can make or break that relationship and your …

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User Experience and Collaboration “Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci With so much discussion around the newest technologies available in video conferencing and collaboration it can be easy to forget about the most important aspect of the technology, users! For collaboration technology to be useful and successful within an organization, the user experience must be addressed first. You can have the latest and greatest conferencing solution become immediately useless if users are unable and unwilling to take advantage of it. Here are some key considerations when evaluating the user side of collaboration technology: Meeting Set-up How easy is it for …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. The Dotted Line Required for Social Business Success As leaders embrace the importance of culture and community in building a brand the focus and value of a brand is now shifted to the place it’s supposed to be, the people! The word “Social” in social business is the major change that leaders and brands must embrace which means a new focus must be made on improving who, how and why we communicate. Best practice tips for video interviewing HR professionals know better than most that we are seeing significant changes in the …

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