In order to successfully implement your video conferencing solutions, you must understand the physical components of your system. This e-guide can help you by uncovering the ins and outs of video conferencing architectures while also providing an in-depth look at solutions, technology and vendors.
Before you can successfully implement a video conferencing system into your enterprise, you must first understand the standards involved to ensure your solution will work with others on your network. This e-guide uncovers standards and interoperability considerations while also providing migration planning tips.
Check out this transcript of a webcast sponsored by Dell and Microsoft to learn why a Unified Communication Solutions from Dell is easy to implement, less disruptive to daily operations and is designed to deliver outstanding ROI for existing Windows environments.
Access the following white paper to uncover how leading executives are leveraging the effectiveness of live video for higher sales and customer engagement. Discover the technology to consider and why a live video initiative should be implemented as soon as possible.
View this comprehensive white paper that breaks down the top benefits of in-person meetings, and how businesses can still achieve the effects even with global colleagues, customers, or partners.
This e-guide highlights what you should know before implementing video conferencing, including what services you need, key requirements and a guide to evaluating video conferencing service providers.
Secure hosting of online meetings allows small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to cost-effectively collaborate with remote employees and partners. Try this free 14-day Web conferencing software trial to learn the benefits of secure online meetings.
Check out this webcast transcript to learn how to implement Office Communications Server in a Microsoft Exchange environment, looking at unified communications solutions encompassing unified messaging, data web conferencing and audio conferencing.
Setting up a video conference room in your office is about a little more than plugging in a camera and a screen. Download this expert guide for tips to design a video conference room, such as why you should say no to webcams.