The Problem with Most Enterprise Video Systems, and How to Get Past It

The Problem with Most Enterprise Video Systems, and How to Get Past It

The sad truth though is that until recently enterprise video has failed to fulfil its promise:

Limited Reach – thanks to the high costs associated with the devices and extensive infrastructure requirements, most video conferencing today remains confined to the conference rooms, which in turn restricts availability and reach
Complex to Use – users often have difficulty launching calls and connecting to meetings, resulting in a less than optimal user experience that most people would rather avoid
Difficult to Manage – most video conferencing deployments require extensive IT involvement and hand-holding through comprehensive support and services. What’s more, most video conferencing sits separate from other enterprise communication applications. All of which stretches IT resources too thin and makes management a complex proposition
Lack of Integration into Workflows – users have routines for completing tasks efficiently and effectively, that they don’t like being changed

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Agility and Focus, Are Something No Other Unified Collaboration Company Can Offer as Well as Videocall

Agility and Focus, Are Something No Other Unified Collaboration Company Can Offer as Well as Videocall

As the service owner, your first port of call when thinking about an upgrade is likely to be the manufacturer of your current technology or the incumbent. Whilst there is nothing wrong with speaking with them, can you be sure that you are getting the whole picture and the best consultation possible?

Give us just thirty-minutes of your time, we appreciate that it is precious, we will ensure that every second is worthwhile.

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You Need to Improve Your Unified Collaboration, But What is the Solution?

You Need to Improve Your Unified Collaboration, But What is the Solution?

Attend one of our 45-minute unified collaboration workshops and understand how to create the perfect communication solution for your business.

Agenda

The challenge – Is it hardware, software, user base or a combination of them that is the challenge?
Migration to the cloud – Is it right for your business? What are the steps that can be taken?
Understanding your user’s needs – Internal customers drive adoption
New technology and platforms – Can it improve my collaboration? How can it be part of a bigger solution?

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Don’t Rush to Compare the Feature Sets of Cisco Spark and Microsoft Skype for Business

Don’t Rush to Compare the Feature Sets of Cisco Spark and Microsoft Skype for Business

If you are thinking about deploying either Microsoft Skype for Business or Cisco Spark as part of your collaboration strategy, we would suggest that you don’t simply look to the feature sets of the solution, but make a more informed decision based on key business and operational drivers.

Simplifying and rationalising communication and collaboration is vital, but it can only become truly successful with adoption, and that starts with user experience.

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Look Past Cisco, Polycom, Microsoft, BlueJeans, Zoom, Logitech et al., and See the Bigger, Better Picture

Look Past Cisco, Polycom, Microsoft, BlueJeans, Zoom, Logitech et al., and See the Bigger, Better Picture

Cisco, Polycom, Microsoft, BlueJeans, Zoom, Logitech et al., may be bigger, but it doesn't mean they offer a better service or collaboration solution.

With a thirty-minute conversation, we can completely open your eyes to how you can achieve more, reach your business objectives faster and deliver the communication strategy that will work for your users and your business.

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Are fluid workplaces the key to collaboration?

Are fluid workplaces the key to collaboration?

In the current battle to dominate the unified collaboration space in the enterprise workplace between Microsoft Skype for Business and Cisco Spark, decisions must be made on the needs and workflows of the users.

In this blog, we want to look at the changing workspace environment (a much-discussed topic), but really pull out what it is that Skype for Business and Spark can offer users, and why it is so important.

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