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telepresence

Polycom delivers 'one-click connection' to Skype for Business video meetings

Skype for Business

Now, video call participants using any video vendor, from Skype for Business, to Polycom and Cisco, and on any device, from voice to immersive telepresence suites, can join a unified meeting with one simple click.

Will your network deliver the promise of SDN?

Will your network deliver the promise of SDN?

Much has been made by vendors of the promise and performance agility of Software Defined Networking (SDN). But is it real or just more vendor hype?

Singapore’s IT leaders still struggle to meet employee expectations

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A majority or 98 percent of IT leaders in Singapore find it a challenge to effectively implement all the technology tools employees expect to use to communicate in the workplace.

Holograms, VR and telepresence: Experts herald the coming Gigabit Age

Holograms, VR and telepresence: Experts herald the coming Gigabit Age

The widespread availability of Gigabit Internet connectivity by 2025 will open a brave new world of killer apps.

Cisco weds WebEx with telepresence

Cisco announced at the Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando, Fla., that it is now possible to patch WebEx users into Cisco telepresence conferences as full participants.

The browser-based WebEx service can be used for business-to-business connections, Cisco's President of Development and Sales Robert Lloyd said during his keynote.

Polycom services to help accelerate user adoption of video collaboration

Polycom, Inc.  has unveiled four new services designed to help enterprises rapidly accelerate user adoption and the returns on their investments of Polycom RealPresence video solutions, whether on the go or in a home office, work office, conference room, or immersive telepresence theater. 

'Interoperability' emerges as the latest buzzword in the Asia-Pacific telepresence market

With video becoming a part of the mainstream enterprise communications sector, telepresence’s highly immersive experience will attract several enterprises in the Asia Pacific. The immersive experience, combined with savings on travel and higher productivity will give a huge thrust to the telepresence market among companies with global presence.

AT&T transforms telepresence into anytime, anywhere video collaboration

As more video applications and hardware become embedded in personal devices such as laptops and tablets, AT&T is taking the next step toward making video conferencing as easy and as seamless as making a phone call. AT&T announced today the expansion of video features and on-demand meeting capabilities that can help facilitate broader video collaboration through AT&T Telepresence Solution.
 
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Videoconferencing plays vital role in development of e-health, says Ovum

The most cost-effective and efficient way for healthcare providers to deliver better services is to enhance the level of collaboration between different stakeholders.

Cisco boosts telepresence system with new collaboration features

Cisco announced improvements on Tuesday to its Jabber IM, presence and video-conferencing product, as well as to its room-size "immersive" telepresence systems, as the networking giant continues to push its way into the workplace collaboration market.
 
Cisco plans to release at some point in the second quarter its first version of Jabber for the iPad and an upgrade of Jabber for Windows desktop and laptop PCs, as well as a new top-of-the-line telepresence system called TX9000, designed to improve upon existing Cisco products of this sort.