Category: Video Conferencing

Do you floss your teeth or change the oil in your car? Do you go to the gym, or eat healthy. Life is all about taking care of things and keeping them up to par. If you don’t floss your teeth, you could get a cavity. If you don’t change the oil in your car, your car could break down causing expensive damages. What am I getting at here, you ask?  If you have Video Conferencing equipment, it is important to invest in a Maintenance plan. The importance of a maintenance program for your equipment can easily be overlooked. The cost …

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Have you ever wished for help to pop up right when you needed it? IVCi’s new LiveAssist mobile program is a customer interaction solution providing seamless connectivity from customers to enterprises anywhere and anytime.  It allows customers to conveniently contact representatives via high definition video and voice with a single click over the web. This superior service can be used from any device forming better relationships and exceeding customer expectations.  The application includes features such as screen sharing with co-browsing and annotation activities allowing for an unparalleled customer experience. Imagine receiving virtual help from a customer representative all with one simple …

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Why Huddle Rooms Are The Future

April 10, 2015, by Amanda Jansen in Huddle Rooms, Video Conferencing

Huddle Rooms are proving to be the most popular work spaces of our time. If you don’t know too much about Huddle rooms, they are casual spaces where individuals and groups can collaborate. The traditional board room is no longer the norm of what companies are using these days. A Huddle room is very different in practice and in style. The rise of huddle rooms are growing with interactive technologies created such as interactive projectors, interactive displays, and smart boards. It is also very cost effective. The work place is changing and people are opting for smaller connected rooms where …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Do You Have the Tools to Manage your Video Telehealth Service? For a video telehealth environment, it is critical to offer high-quality, reliable and secure virtual meetings between doctors and patients. The biggest part of this is ensuring there are sufficient network infrastructure resources and capacity available to support the virtual meeting demands for many types of meetings. A Glimpse Into the Future of Mobility The massive growth in mobile use is rippling across every industry. Businesses are increasing wireless speeds to meet employee demand, and thinking more about security with the …

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Join IVCi & Cisco for a can’t miss webinar where we will explore the idea of  collaboration for healthcare at a distance and how technology such as a Patient Engagement Platform can facilitate this new level of interaction. In this session you will learn how IVCi and Cisco technology can: Enable interactive video between patients and remote care teams Connect to your EMR platform providing interoperability, scheduling and readings, mimicking an in-person clinical workflow Deliver a virtual waiting room to enable ad-hoc and scheduled patient encounters Explore the Patient Portal Date: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 Time: 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific  

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Polycom Puts Facial Recognition Into Video Conference Camera Polycom continues to expand the capabilities of its video conferencing portfolio to make collaboration easier and more natural, regardless of where people are or what devices they’re using. The company is rolling out new facial-recognition technology that enables the camera to track everyone in the room and, when used with other Polycom software, analyzes data to give businesses information from the meeting, such as how many people were there at the beginning and at the end. In addition, Polycom is enhancing its …

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Finding a name for your company conference room is more than just finding a name, but finding something that is a true representation of the company’s culture.  The name or theme is a reflection of the leadership, traditions and overall mood of the company.  For instance, comparing the set of conference room names; A, B & C and The Situation Room & Shark Tank, you can clearly see a difference in the company culture. Here are a few ideas to provide a little inspiration to your company’s conference room names. When the Google Kirkland office opened there was discussion about naming the …

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With many collaboration tools available today and people over-scheduled, virtual events are more popular than ever. However, there are many questions people have when hosting these events. The most common include; how to get people to attend, and how to keep their attention once they join. Here are some tips to help you host a successful virtual event. Build a great landing page When creating a landing page for your event, you first want to ensure that it looks professional. Good design and page layout will make landing page appealing to the eye, easy to navigate for prospective attendees and will increase the chance of registration. …

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As a manager of employees who work remote from company headquarters (where I am based), I am very aware of the challenges of managing remote teams. Perhaps most challenging is to ensure that remote employees are able to maintain the highest level of productivity possible. Maintaining remote employee productivity really begins with recruiting. If you are taking over a team that is already in place you don’t have this luxury but if you are recruiting, here are a few things to consider: Has the candidate previously worked as a remote employee? Does the candidate have an office space or area set aside for …

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No matter the size of the organization personal communication among remote employees is challenging.  How do you convey a set of unified messages corporate wide, how do you deliver remote training to ensure consistency, and how do you build stronger teams to boost efficiency?  Streaming video is how. Streaming video allows for real-time video to be viewed by any device such as a tablet, computer or mobile device, making it easy and accessible to watch video anywhere.  When talking about streaming video it can either refer to video on demand or live streaming.  Video on demand allows users to watch recorded …

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