We have seen the benefits of video conferencing technology for patients who live in remote areas – the ability to gain instant access to specialists and medical professionals located across the country. In times of medical emergency, video can be the difference between life and death. Doctors can use video to treat stroke patients during the short window after a stroke when it is crucial to be evaluated for a life-saving treatment. Learn more: http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2011/09/08/247840/Doctors-use-HD-video-conferencing-in-rapid-remote-treatment-for-stroke.htm  

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Video conferencing makes for better communication than the telephone because people are able to pick up on non-verbal clues, an expert has said.Keith Warburton, editor of video conferencing and telepresence news publication Vcinsight.com, revealed that a recent UCLA study showed 93 per cent of communication is through visual signals. Individuals can tell the mood of a client or supplier as soon as they walk through the door of a meeting room or appear on-screen, in a way they cannot do on the phone. ‘That’s why face-to-face meetings are so important,’ he remarked. ‘So perhaps rather than ask whether video conferencing is desirable …

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If your business has invested in a video conferencing system, chances are you have considered a managed or cloud service to ensure a successful user experience. Studies have shown that companies that use a managed service to manage, schedule, and monitor their video conferencing systems enjoy an improved user experience and return on investment. A recent study by Wainhouse research called Video Conferencing Managed Services outlined the benefits of a managed service: Enterprises considering (or already using) a videoconferencing managed service provider to manage and enhance their rich media communications environment should focus on five deliverable and measureable benefits: Increased asset utilization: Conferencing investments provide …

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According to AVInteractive:  The education and research sector reports that 86% of organizations expect to see significant growth in usage. Use is widespread across the sector but could be more frequent. There are high levels of internal use within organizations. Cost and time savings are considered most important benefits. Looking forward, 86% of respondents predicted that the use of video conferencing would increase within their organization due to a combination of improvements in video conferencing technology and a wider drive to reduce organisational costs. More here: http://www.avinteractive.co.uk/news/33779/good-news-for-vcon

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The technology is finally here to make a dispersed workforce feel connected even when miles apart, according to a recent article in Forbes.com. High  definitionvideo conferencing at the desk top is now capable of making people feel connected, even if they work on projects without ever meeting their colleagues face-to-face. According to the article, the following are some compelling ways video is changing work habits and practices, and uniting a disparate workforce: •Teamwork and more effective meetings. It might seem obvious, but video can fundamentally change the nature of virtual teamwork and contribute to the effectiveness of meetings. I have noticed in my meetings that the …

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IVCi has expanded its strategic partnership with Talk and Vision, a provider of visual collaboration solutions and managed conferencing services throughout the European Union. This expansion will tightly integrate both companies’ joint video network operation centers as well as enhance service and support options for both IVCi and Talk and Vision’s U.S and international customers. IVCi and Talk and Vision have been providing UC services to mutual clients across the globe for over seven years. These UC services help multi-national businesses break down geographic barriers to effective communication with visual collaboration solutions that are implemented throughout their worldwide locations.

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IVCi Featured in CRN

August 9, 2011, by nparker in Cloud Services, IVCi

Cloud Video Startup Blue Jeans Network Taps First VAR Partner   Now that the word is out about Blue Jeans Network, a much buzzed-about videoconferencing startup, it’s time for the company to start building a channel presence. Founded in 2009, Blue Jeans Network emerged from stealth mode in late June and confirmed commercial availability of its any(ware) video conferencing service. Blue Jeans had launched field trials earlier in the year to build buzz from an early subscriber base, but according to Stu Aaron, chief commercial officer, it has now begun full-bore recruitment of VAR and service provider partners. On Tuesday, Blue Jeans confirmed a partnership …

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IVCi has just announced a new partnership with Blue Jeans Network to connect consumer desktop video, such as Skype and Google Talk, with business class offerings from Polycom and Cisco. This service, called the Desktop Experience, is powered by the Blue Jeans Network, and allows IVCi’s team of managed video experience (MVE)  professionals to securely connect consumer desktop video solutions as part of the standard MVE meeting process.  Main points: The Desktop Experience is truly device agnostic, allowing for support of numerous consumer based systems as well as mobile devices such as iPad and iPhone. Business level video can be joined with multiple business and consumer …

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Recent Praise for IVCi Directly From Cisco!

August 5, 2011, by nparker in Cisco, IVCi

“A big congratulations goes out to IVCi.  IVCi is consistently one of Cisco’s largest video partners in both bookings and pipeline.  IVCi was originally handpicked by Cisco channels for their audio visual expertise.  When originally onboarded, IVCi successfully completed the ATP for TelePresence Certification.  Now IVCi has taken the next step on their journey.  IVCi has become a Master Certified Video TelePresence Partner. ”  “This achievement puts IVCi onto a very short list of partners who have achieved this certification.”  – Cisco Partner Account Manager  

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IVCi has just announced that we have earned the TelePresence Video Master Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) partner status from Cisco! This is a huge achievement for IVCi because it represents years of hard work and a significant investment in resources to gain the expertise necessary to meet Cisco’s rigorous requirements for the ATP status. Cisco now officially recognizes IVCi as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support Cisco TelePresence video products and solutions at the Master level. In addition, IVCi brings to the table our unique ability to provide custom telepresence solutions to all of our customers, including GE …

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