The cloud has become a buzz word across all industries with the concept generating a renewed interest in the world of video conferencing through excitement about possible new features and capabilities. However, there is still some confusion amongst enterprise customers, channel partners and even vendors about the pros, cons and risks associated with cloud services. This white paper seeks to dispel myths surrounding video conferencing cloud services and provide readers with clear answers to the questions that conferencing mangers are often afraid to ask.
Skype for Business is fast becoming the most widely-used single vendor unified communications platform. However, enterprises that implement Skype for Business are finding that there is no sophisticated way for existing video conferencing equipment to seamlessly integrate with it, leaving enterprises facing a major challenge in their meeting rooms. This white paper addresses the available migration strategies for video calling and conferencing and discusses how interoperability between Skype for Business and professional videos systems can be achieved.
Over recent years, the video cloud has emerged as a platform with the ability to provide a host of rich services which include conferencing, recording and direct calling between two video endpoints. This infrastructure in the cloud allows for resilient, scalable and secure capabilities that have the ability to future proof existing video installations and make the introduction of new technologies that much easier. This white paper explores the ways in which businesses can continue to leverage current video endpoint systems, by removing legacy infrastructure and migrating to a video cloud.