Video conferencing has come a long way over the years. In fact, 87% more people use video conferencing today than two years ago. But every day, we meet people that aren’t collaborating over video because it's considered hard to use. Nowadays, you can connect to a cloud-based video meeting in as little as one click - it's that simple.
Skeptical? See for yourself.
What exactly is video conferencing?
Also known as video teleconferencing, it's a technology that enables two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions.
So how does it work? Similar to the way you'd call someone on Skype, video conferencing for business is just as easy - only more secure and reliable.
This is Shelley, our Director of Sales, US/ASIAPAC! She loves discussing how video conferencing can help businesses.
Have questions? We'd love to help. Our eBook, Painlessly Simple: Your Video Conferencing Questions Answered, is a great spot to start. It answers some of the most common questions we’ve been asked about video conferencing.
— Alana Weinberg, TE Connectivity
Knowledgeable in both video conferencing software and hardware, you get objective advice on a solution that's tailored to the specific needs and size of your business.
You're never alone. Our customer success team is dedicated to exactly that: your success. They're available to help you with anything.
Both video conferencing solutions we provide can operate on (and with) any device. Oh, and that's included in the price - not like some providers that charge to do it.
Cloud-based means you can use any device, but our video conferencing equipment experts can outfit a boardroom with anything you need from cameras to ceiling mics (and everything in between).
— Lynn Yurchuk, Humber River Hospital
Communicate and collaborate with live video conferencing. Online meetings, large-scale interactive events, and video-enabled conference rooms made simple.
A true 3-in-1 cloud-based solution that provides audio, video and web conferencing powered by Polycom, the second-largest conferencing hardware manufacturer in the world.