What is VIDEO CONFERENCING?

Video conferencing, also known as telepresence, is two way interactive communication that is similar to a telephone call but over video. It allows geographically dispersed participants to connect in a live meeting environment without the time and costs associated with travel. Participants can see facial expressions and other non-verbal cues as if they were in the same room.

Why Use Video Conferencing?

Video conferencing provides face-to-face interaction between colleagues, business partners, and customers without the hassle of travel. This increased face time strengthens relationships which can help drive productivity and customers satisfaction. Other benefits include:

Cost Savings
Stronger Relationships
Increased Productivity
Reduced Travel
Work/Life
Reduce Carbon Footprint

WHERE COLLABORATION HAPPENS

Video conferencing used to only be available through a dedicated video conferencing system called a codec. However, thanks to major advancements in technology you can now video conference virtually anywhere there’s an internet connection!

In Conference Rooms
AT YOUR DESK
FROM HOME
ON MOBILE DEVICES

How Can I Use Video Conferencing?

Video conferencing clients and infrastructure are available in a myriad of different ways on myriad of different devices. This helps make deploying video solutions scalable, secure and cost effective.

With Video Hardware Video hardware is a physical device that is dedicated to video conferencing. These devices can be standards-based endpoints or back end infrastructure from manufactures such as Polycom, Cisco or LifeSize.
With Soft Clients Soft clients are video applications that can be downloaded onto computer, smartphone or tablet. Participants can connect to a conference by simply launching the application and calling another user.
With Cloud Services Cloud services provide the infrastructure for video conferencing. This includes virtual meeting rooms to connect multiple participants along with device registration and personal video accounts.
With WebRTC Most video conferencing service providers have WebRTC functionality which allows participants to connect to a video call through their browser. Users only need a webcam and simply click on a link in the invitation to join the conference.

How Can IVCI Help?

Our team will design and implement a comprehensive collaboration environment based on the unique needs and requirements of your organization.

Let us know your business objectives and we will create the perfect custom solution for your specific organization and video environment’s needs.

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