White Paper: Clear One
Dynamic changes in the global communications environment – decreasing network and equipment costs and the need for businesses to compete in a global economy – continue to propel the adoption of video conferencing at a rapid rate.
For those organizations who have found video conferencing of value, the process they followed to drive adoption helped make video conferencing a necessary tool for successful business.
This whitepaper helps to identify what needs to be done to drive adoption of video conferencing so it becomes second nature to users and a technology deemed a necessity to business.
Ways to make your adoption of video conferencing easier and more worthwhile to your organization:
What is your benchmark for success?
Why one should implement video conferencing?
What is video conferencing going to do for an organization?
What will be done with video conferencing once it is installed?
By: Clear One
Standalone video endpoints are now available to allow organizations to grow their adoption of video conferencing and offer easy to use, full-featured, technology. These systems are designed for small and medium-sized organizations or for secondary sites of larger enterprises. The concept of standalone endpoints marries well with the BYOD (bring your own device) trend and can reduce cost and complexity for SMB (small/medium businesses) and secondary sites for larger organizations. This whitepaper talks about the value of standalone video endpoints. It discusses: Deployment and usage of video conferencing systems The Value of Standalone video endpoints Cloud-based Conferencing Applications for Standalone Systems
By: Clear One
For the success of any audio conference, the quality of the voice transmission line is crucial. Voice quality in a video conference is impacted by the acoustics of at least two rooms – the caller and the listener. Today, most audio conferencing endpoint products (speakers, microphones, and audio mixing controls) are full-duplex systems, providing the same kind of interaction one gets from the telephone, with important improvements. This whitepaper addresses what needs to be done with audio to make it effective in all situations so users can clearly hear everyone involved in audio and video conferencing calls. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Audio Conferencing”: Audio Communications-Most critical portion of any conference Audio Conferencing Endpoint Equipment Achieving Good Audio Quality Audio is the Foundation