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Mountains, Bears, and Board Meetings?

I remember taking vacation days in the past and constantly being interrupted by “urgent” phone calls that annoyed my family and friends who were also vacationing.  At one point I was threatened with being kicked out of my foursome while playing a round of golf if I took another “work” call.  Those days are over […]

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Virtualizing the Investor Conference

With the right tools in place, executives don’t need to travel to meetings, and frankly, they don’t want to. With the proliferation of cloud-based video conferencing, businesses are saving time and money and are more productive without the hassles and cost incurred from travel. Organizations are no longer confined to premise-based communication solutions, and people […]

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Redback Chooses eZuce’s Software Defined Collaboration for Customers Down Under

Redback chooses Viewme from eZuce for Software Defined Collaboration, expanding its video conferencing service to customers in Australia.
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eZuce Viewme Cloud – Hybrid Visual Collaboration

eZuce Viewme Cloud – Hybrid Visual Collaboration
IBM SoftLayer recently announced that eZuce had selected SoftLayer as an integral part of their cloud infrastructure strategy.   But there is more to the story.  The eZuce Viewme Cloud service is actually a hybrid visual collaboration design built across IBM SoftLayer, AWS and Google cloud infrastructures. Our team designed […]

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History of Video Communications

History of video communications from the first public video calling in 1936 to today's BYOD visual collaboration tools.
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’Hierarchy of Needs’ Transforms Enterprise Visual Collaboration

If you are used to visual collaboration at work, and you actually spend 25-50% of your time videoconferencing, you have certain expectations regarding the quality of the conferencing tool. Furthermore if you have access to a highly scalable, flexible and sophisticated visual conferencing software you will never want to settle for less.
By |March 11th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments
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Communications Tool Overload

We have all the communications tools we need… and then some. Desk phones, softphones, cell phones, chat clients, conference bridges and video collaboration are part of the tangled communications web that has been weaved for us.

At eZuce we’re working to simplify the communications fabric. In our latest beta clients we’ve introduced the ability to connect […]

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How to Quickly Dial into a Virtual Meeting

Getting connected to your Virtual Meeting Room is Easy.
Different operating systems, platforms and connectivity often make access less than optimal. Even ‘standards’ that are supposed to make things easier can get in the way, as two vendors choose implementations that are valid, but different. And then there are the people that NEED to be in […]

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eZuce SRN Video Conferencing Solution General Availability of Release 3.2.0

January 14, 2016
SRN New Release Summary
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of the eZuce SRN (formerly SeeVogh) Client Release 3.2.0. The eZuce SRN video conferencing and collaboration service is being used by research communities around the globe to quickly participate in video meeting rooms. The client has been updated with new colors and […]

By |January 20th, 2016|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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Never Miss another Video Conference with this One Tool

Let me share a personal experience I had recently using the Viewme  video collaboration platform which I am sure will resonate with several readers. Everybody’s heard of “El Niño” and how the climatic changes affect the Pacific region every few years. Living in the Los Angeles area, we have been mentally preparing over the past […]