Category: Cloud Services

When it comes to running the day to day operations of your video conferencing environment, you have a choice; manage it yourself or outsource management to a service provider. How do you make this decision? What are some of the key points to help understand your organization’s needs? Option 1 – Do It Yourself The natural choice for many organizations is to implement video conferencing and then turn it over to IT for day to day support of both the technology as well as end users. This can be incredibly successful or it could be a massive disaster! These are the key …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Video Conferencing in the Cloud Over the years, the business industry has adopted video conferencing as a viable and efficient means of communication-B2B and otherwise. There are a number of advantages that are apparent, but one of the foremost benefits of video conferencing is the reduced “face-to-face” time needed to travel and meet with prospective clients. Aside from that, adopting a cloud-based video conferencing can also trigger an increase in employee productivity, as well as create a portal for global communication. How the Cloud has Revolutionized Video Conferencing for Business Video conferencing …

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For the last year we have been working around the clock with the amazing Ranx Media to re-create our website site from the ground up. It was a major undertaking but we couldn’t be any prouder of the end product. So without further ado….Welcome to the new IVCi!! We have redesigned our layout with style, ease of use and content delivery in mind. However, the re-build went deeper than that. We have created a site that is focused on being a resource and a guide for people exploring or learning about collaboration technology. Besides the pretty new layout, here are some of …

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Last week, Cisco announced three new personal collaboration tools at CiscoLive! 2014.  These products are a follow up to the announcements Cisco made at Enterprise Connect earlier this year. Cisco said they wanted to make collaboration simple along with “connect and empower people to engage and accelerate business innovation.” These three new products do just that. The Android-based DX70 and DX80 desktop collaboration devices are redefining how colleagues work and interact by providing access to all the top collaboration tools and applications. The large screens are operated by touch and can provide high-definition audio and video. Plus, the Andriod operating system allows 3rd …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Video conferencing in the cloud takes business collaboration to new heights. As confidence to deliver services and applications in the cloud gathers pace, Video Conferencing as a Service (VCaaS) is starting to evolve. According to recent research from Wainhouse Research, the number of solutions available in this space has grown drastically, with many based on technology platforms that were not available until 2013. With the rise of VCaaS and video delivered via the cloud, businesses can now take better advantage of video to transform their business without the high price tag. Show …

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Microsoft Lync is an amazing unified communications and visual collaboration tool that continues to see major adoption across all areas of business. However, there are integration challenges with traditional endpoints and other standard-based video systems. Ray Beaulieu, Senior Director of  Network Operations and Infrastructure at Charles River Labs, talks about some of these challenges as well as gives insight on how the Acano solution helped solve these challenges.

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The proliferation of desktop and mobile video solutions, along with WebRTC, has allowed participants to join a video call virtually anywhere there is an internet connection. However, a poor internet connection can destroy a video conference. Here are a few things you need to know when joining a video call over the internet: Download Speed: Download speed is the amount of bandwidth people have coming to their computer from the Internet. Think of a road coming toward an office; the more lanes it has the more traffic the road can handle. Similarly, the more downstream bandwidth people have the more internet traffic …

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This Week In Collaboration

February 7, 2014, by Danielle Downs in Cloud Services, Healthcare, Industry News, Mobility

Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Deliver what every CEO wants through Cloud Collaboration CEOs want IT leaders to figure out how technology can help their business transform and expand, as much as make it operate. Thanks to the consumerization of IT and the explosion of mobile and social technologies, there is a unique opportunity to embed IT into an organization’s overall business strategy. When IT leaders define what business problem they are trying to solve and test the right technology solution, they can become an integral part of running, changing and growing a business. How states …

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So Many Clouds, So Little Time

January 22, 2014, by Adam Kaiser in Cloud Services

2013 brought about even higher adoption of cloud based services across nearly every technology industry. From accounting software to streaming music to video conferencing and collaboration, the cloud has clearly come of age. What can be confusing about cloud-based services is the different ways they are deployed both internally and externally. The three types of cloud deployments are public clouds, private clouds and hybrid clouds. To help you understand the differences, here are the definitions and examples of the three types: Public Cloud Public Clouds provide services over the public Internet. These types of clouds provide access to a significant amount of shared …

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Today IVCi is incredibly excited to reveal our newest service, Cloud Video Experience (CVE). This new offering is a subscription based, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering that makes large scale and rapid deployment of video conferencing not only possible but extremely easy. CVE was built to address the key challenges organizations face with video conferencing implementations including: 1. Infrastructure – CVE provides cloud based infrastructure that supports video conferencing endpoint registration, the ability to assign a standard name to your video device (name@domain.com) as well as a global directory and B2B calling. 2. Scalability – All CVE devices and software clients are auto-configured …

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