Category: Video Conferencing

Social media is a staple in most consumers’ lives; from staying in touch with geographically dispersed friends and family to garnering recommendations for life’s most important decisions. There are over a billion people using social media every day; whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or the multitude of other platforms available. This leads to tremendous opportunities for brands to interact with their customers. A couple of months ago Google announced Chromebox, an HD Telepresense solution that is compatible with Google Hangouts – Google’s consumer video solutions. Facebook and Skype also have consumer-type video platforms; with Skype being owned by Microsoft who, …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration.  New hardware Solutions, New Investment, What Does it Mean to Industry The video collaboration world has reached another interesting inflection point.  The market has shown that there is an experience threshold to deliver effective remote video collaboration – recall the rapid doubling of the video market between 2006 and 2008 when HD video became possible across a range of platforms. It is also clear that high quality experience delivers both dramatic productivity increases as well as significant business growth opportunities. Top 5 Tips to Collect and Protect Tacit Knowledge with Video An organization’s most …

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As video conferencing becomes increasingly popular and widely used,  the unique use cases continue to grow. Video has now expanded far past face-to-face conferencing for meetings.  One particularly interesting use case we have noticed recently is using video conferencing to host virtual concerts. Picture this; you are an up and coming singer or musician trying to build a fan base or an established artist wanting to connect with your fans. Where are these fans? In the age of social media, the answer is often everywhere. Most artists would love the ability to perform for these fans all over the country or …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration.  Benefits of video conferencing include less travel, but it’s not No. 1 For decades, enterprises have turned to video conferencing in large part as a means of reducing business travel expenses. However, a recent survey by Wainhouse Research of 4,700 end users of video conferencing found that the incentives for using video are shifting: 94% noted that the biggest benefit was increased efficiency and productivity; 88% cited increased impact of discussions; and 87% said video expedited decision-making — the same percentage who said it reduced travel. Telework Week Saved Feds 14 …

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For those who have been watching the collaboration industry closely it is hard to not see a multitude of articles and announcements that discuss WebRTC and the latest product to feature the technology. We have blogged extensively about WebRTC in the past but, in short, WebRTC is a web browser standard that enables real-time audio and video directly in the browser without the need for plugins. The standard is still being developed and has not been completely “ratified” by the governing bodies that ensure web based standards are, well, standard. Browser support is not universal (Chrome, Firefox & Opera support …

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From healthcare and education to small business and the enterprise, organizations across the globe are beginning to embrace new technologies that are designed to help them reduce their carbon footprint. Not only are these socially responsible decisions good for our environment, they are also good for your financial bottom line. Video conferencing is often an ideal solution for businesses of all sizes looking to enhance collaboration within their organization. How can your business reduce their carbon footprint and benefit from implementing video conferencing? The infographic below explores some of those ways and how video conferencing can assist with “going green”.

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Content continues to be king and as we discuss collaboration and communications, visual content plays a huge role. Real-time interaction on video is the norm and major meetings and announcements are made through the technology. Additionally, users continue to expect to find video content when researching topics, new products, etc. As real-time video has made major advancements, so has the area of recording & streaming. Any video interaction that occurs now can be recorded and made available for immediate playback. This content can be as a simple as a meeting between a few colleagues that a team member was unable to …

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Video conferencing is a great tool…when it works. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions for software video clients along with advice on how to fix the issues. Q. What should I do when users I call cannot see me but I can see them? A. The following actions can be taken to try to resolve one‐way video issues: Check to make sure that you have a camera connected to your computer and that it is recognized by the video application. Navigate to Settings in the video application then check the video or video input section. Make sure that the correct video …

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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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Focus groups have been around for years; they provide companies with valuable insights on the viability of products, services, marketing campaigns and more. However, the time, effort and costs associated with holding focus groups have traditionally been high. In order to get the wide range of opinions required, organizations need to hold multiple focus groups across multiple geographic regions. Previously, there was no real way to quickly connect to various demographic & geographic consumers. Enter video conferencing. Organizations can now connect to consumers like never before. Informal chat sessions along with formal focus groups can easily be held with the click of …

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