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NET+ Viewme

Video collaboration for education and research

eZuce’s NET+ ViewmeTM  (formerly SeeVogh) offering enables video conferencing and visual collaboration across a variety of education-specific applications and is available to early adopting Internet2 higher education members and affiliated organizations through the NET+ initiative. The eZuce Research Network (SRN) currently provides visual collaboration for thousands of researchers on a global basis. Faculty, staff and students can have unlimited access to the eZuce Viewme video and web collaboration solution to support virtual classrooms, intercampus learning, extended office hours, study groups and many other applications. The NET+ Viewme offering is now available on either a full-campus or simultaneous user basis, making it easier to deploy and ramp up.

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With the  NET+ Viewme offer you get video conferencing at the Right Time, The Right Place, on the Right Device

video conferencing for education

With the NET+ Viewme offering pervasive video conferencing and collaboration is attainable, affordable, and easy to use. Viewme’s rich feature set, interoperability with legacy telepresence systems and support for Apple, Android, Windows, and Linux enables your entire campus to visually interact and communicate at the right time, the right place, and on the right device. Each participant gets there own meeting room which allows them to connect instantly on the fly, book a video session in advance, and playback recorded sessions once completed. Viewme saves time, and eliminates the hassel of having to schedule every individual meeting.

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Viewme video conferencing benefits for education

Bring Your Own Insight (BYOI) – Viewme video conferencing provides many benefits not available from other cloud based video services. The user centric individual meeting room model enables pervasive adoption while increasing team productivity. Viewme Cloud encourages the use of bring your own device (BYOD) across the entire organization as it works on multiple devices including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops.

“Viewme is simply at a cost point that we have not seen from any other vendor in the video conferencing space.”
Jack Suess, CIO, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
“eZuce’s NET+ Viewme offering eliminates costly setup fees, offers free clients and provides every user with their own meeting room.”
Jerry Stabile, eZuce,Inc.
Viewme is a hybrid-cloud-based, high-definition, multi-point, video collaboration solution priced for everyone. Viewme permits users to connect in a dynamic display of multiple video images, multiple simultaneously shared desktops with public and private text chat. Viewme connects PCs running Windows, Mac and Linux to mobile devices running Android and iOS and video conferencing rooms running H.323, SIP or Cisco’s TIP telepresence.
No. Just click on the link that you were sent and you can join a meeting. No user registration is required and your attendance can be totally anonymous.
The most dynamic experience is with the Viewme client (downloadable here). You can also use the Viewme client application for Apple iOS or Android devices available in their respective App stores.

The WebRTC Beta allows Chrome users to join a conference without the need to download a client at all. This can be accessed at: here

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UMBC selects eZuce's Viewme video colaboration solution for their campus
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