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Need to have a private conversation in your next video conference?

You can have a whisper conversation in your virtual meeting room with a click of a button.
By |January 8th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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Video Conferencing To Be Seen or Not to Be Seen

Video Conferencing: To Be Seen or Not to Be Seen
I recently had the opportunity to participate in a collaborative effort involving twenty people brought together to respond to a significant RFP. The group included experts in their respective functional areas from three different companies. During the most intense phase of the project there were multiple […]

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Viewme Release Advances Real Time Communications with New Features

Viewme Release Advances Real Time Communications with New Features
Viewme 4.0.3 Summary
November 23, 2015

Today eZuce released the latest version of its Viewme video collaboration client which advances real-time communications by enabling participants to switch from meeting to meeting from within their collaboration room, group videos when a user has multiple cameras on their system, and display […]

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Video Conferencing and the Power of Visual Collaboration

Video Conferencing and the Power of Visual Collaboration
There is a time and place for voice, chat, and email but if you really want to make an impact and forge new business relationships video conferencing is the way to go. Here are some figures and statistics that support the power of visual communication:

– the brain processes […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Video Collaboration, Viewme|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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Video Collaboration Saves You Thousands

Video Collaboration Saves You Thousands
Why do businesses host conferences? It is all about bringing people together.

Bring together – this is what the word Conference means – whether it be virtual using a video conferencing tool or traditional by gathering everybody together in the same location. The choice is yours.

Do you really want to go […]

By |November 16th, 2015|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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Next Frontier in BPI:Visual Collaboration

Business Process Integration revolves around three pillars: Information, Human/Machine, and Communications. Disruptive technologies result in waves of innovation that bring one of these pillars to center stage from time to time. When one takes the lead, it pressures the other two to ebb forward. It’s a race. It’s symbiotic. It’s a self-balancing act.
Successful companies are […]

By |September 30th, 2015|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments
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Finally, Utility Based Visual Collaboration

Finally, Utility Based Visual Collaboration…
With the numerous web and video conferencing services on the market today, someone is finally offering enterprises the ability to only pay for what they use. Most offerings play the overprovisioning “gap” game profiting from the unused capacity their customers are charged month in and month out. They sell meeting rooms […]

By |September 28th, 2015|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments
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eZuce SRN Case Study

eZuce's cloud service offer has been providing multi-party video collaboration to education and scientific research institutions and their colleagues for more than twenty years. The Cloud Service Network roots lead back to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and another Research Community in Geneva, Switzerland with a common interest in the world's most powerful particle accelerator project, the "Large Hadron Collider".
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eZuce SRN Research

eZuce SRN enables individual researchers to have a persistent connection with their peer colleagues and members of their community. SRN is powered by our easy-to-use Viewme software client which allows you to create/book/join meetings anytime, form anywhere. Our heuristic quality features ensure productive meetings even over unreliable networks.
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UMBC Case Study

UMBC needed a state of the art video conferencing solution that could be used campus wide and which would operate with their fixed telepresence equipment.