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Frost and Sullivan: Moving Video Collaboration to the Cloud

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For several years now, video conferencing has remained a challenging technology to deploy, use, and manage for large corporations. Small and mid-sized businesses that want to use video collaboration have often been restrained by lack of financial wherewithal and internal IT resources. Expensive endpoints and infrastructure, complex management, and lack of interoperatbility have largely made video conferencing a loosely connected technology island with adoption limited to deep-pocketed, large organizations.

The next genertion of cloud-based services is addressing the complexity and cost issues. Cloud video conferencing services are enabling pervasive video by allowing people to connect with each other any time, from any place, over any video-enabled device—conference rooms, desktops or mobile devices.

In this white paper, you will learn:

  • Why businesses seeking a competitive edge should deploy video conferencing
  • Pain points associated with today's video conferencing deployments and how they can be resolved by moving to the cloud
  • How the Blue Jeans cloud video conferencing service is addressing these challenges to make successful video conferencing a reality for businesses of all sizes. 

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Published:  Oct 17, 2013
Length:  10
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
video collaboration, pervasive video, video conferencing, mobility, cloud based video conferencing