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Video Conferencing (VTC) and Telepresence White Paper Archive

The Forrester Wave™: Room-Based Videoconferencing, Q3 2012

Forrester Research, Inc.: 8/12

In Forrester’s 39-criteria evaluation of videoconferencing solution vendors, we identified the seven most significant providers in the category — Cisco, Huawei, LifeSize, Polycom, Radvision, Teliris, and Vidyo — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. Leaders that emerged have broad product portfolios with deep integration into unified communications (UC) infrastructure, while Strong Performers pursue a more focused strategy, excelling in particular market niches or in particular regions. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in relation to one another to help IT professionals select the right provider for their environment.

The Viability of Large-Scale Personal Video Conferencing Deployments

Andrew W. Davis, Wainhouse Research: 08/12

Over the past few years, personal video conferencing has promised to enter the enterprise mainstream, with laptops, tablets, and phones operating on upgraded networks capable of supporting real-time audio and video communications. Many corporations are looking to embrace personal video conferencing as both a stand-alone application and as part of an overall Unified Communications (UC) deployment because rich media communications can speed decision making, help build stronger teams, and ultimately drive top line revenues as part of a sales strategy.

Multipoint Videoconferencing Goes Virtual

Ira M. Weinstein, Wainhouse Research: 6/12

Today’s business environment is all about doing more with less. Organizations want to process more transactions and develop more products, all with as few resources as possible. The same rule applies when organizations make technology investments…they want to get as much utility out of those investments and resources as possible. This expectation of squeezing every bit of value out of technology investments has fueled increased interest in server virtualization.

An Introduction to Telepresence

KVH: 4/12

Telepresence videoconferencing is a two-way, high-definition communication and collaboration tool that provides an experience to users as immersive as being in the same room. The technology allows companies to connect two or more locations and offers employees, customers, and business partners a level of flexibility and quality communication that significantly increases business productivity while streamlining work processes.

Real World Options for Multipoint Videoconferencing

Wainhouse Research: 4/12

The business world has changed dramatically during the last ten years. Business today moves at an incredibly fast pace, and decisions must be made in real time, so no matter where your people are, they must be available. Whether they’re in their primary office, on the road, in a hotel, at a branch location, or working from home, your staff members must be accessible and productive.

Cloud-Based Services Accelerate Public Sector Adoption of Video Collaboration

The Center for Digital Government: 3/12

Mobile video collaboration can make a difference in the lives of people in the public sphere — government workers or those they serve. Today, thanks to new cloud technologies and high-quality networks, these services — which provide not only cost savings but which help governmental interactions become more efficient — are more feasible than ever before.

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