On Premise Video Conferencing

Microsoft Skype for Business vs Cisco Spark

Microsoft Skype for Business vs Cisco Spark

In this paper, we explore how the world of work is changing; what’s driving the shift to real-time voice, video and messaging and current trends in the fast maturing UCC space.

In today’s fast moving technological world, deciding on the best collaboration and productivity solution isn’t an easy task. We take a look at two leading UCC vendors in this space – Cisco and Microsoft – evaluating which solutions provide what advantages, alongside what other solutions providers bring to the collaboration table.

Finally, we highlight some the key areas to consider when selecting a next generation UCC platform

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Microsoft Lync: On-Premise vs Cloud-Based - Download our 10 Point Guide

Microsoft Lync: On-Premise vs Cloud-Based - Download our 10 Point Guide

So which is best, On-premise or Cloud-based Video Communications? Here's our rundown of the 10 most important considerations to take into account when making the decision - software features, total cost of ownership and more.

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What is the Quality of Experience Circle and Why is it So Important for Video Conferencing?

What is the Quality of Experience Circle and Why is it So Important for Video Conferencing?

Part of our ongoing commitment to our customers is to ensure that they understand the quality of experience circle, and that we help implement and maintain it within every company that we work with.

But what is it exactly and why is it so important?

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Creating a Video Conferencing Culture

Creating a Video Conferencing Culture

Video conferencing technology has been in many enterprise companies for years if not two decades or more, however many of said companies are not getting value out of the service because members of staff simply do not use it as much as they should; or as well as they should. There is therefore a lot of expensive technology not returning the ROI that it should be. Stakeholders of course are not happy with this, so how can it be made to be ubiquitous?

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