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Enjoy Seamless Face-To-Face Collaboration With HD Video Conferencing

June 15, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 162

Video conferencing has come a long from its early days, when it was characterised by choppy video and problems related to unreliable networks. Now, users can enjoy fluid HD video collaboration over a reliable network that allows them to meet face to face regardless of their location. With this solution, business professionals can gauge the facial expressions and body languages of the people involved in the virtual meeting and negotiate better with them. And it is not just for a limited number of users, as thousands of people can join the same meeting and come to a decision faster. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that professionals across the world now use Smartphones, tablet computers, in-room systems and desktops to meet their associates visually in real time in spite of the geographical distance between them.

Singapore is a growing market for the conferencing industry, where the video based services are expected to grow at a compound rate of 5 per cent annually till 2015. Video calling solutions provided by leading companies in the country have become much more reliable over the years, which has largely contributed to their slow but steady growth. Thus, companies make full use of group video calls to conduct HR interviews, medical tele-diagnosis, remote trainings and executive board meetings and a host of other functions that involve visual communication. Using this conferencing solution, the users can understand the full impact of a message on the target audience, which proves beneficial in making mission-critical decisions.

The enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) in video collaboration has helped it gain a prominent position in the corporate sector and allied business verticals. The video and sound are completely in sync in the solutions available nowadays, and this reduction in latency levels makes the user experience more enjoyable, thus improving the adoption rate of the solution. Video transmission has also improved in recent years due to advancements in technologies, such as Scalable Video Coding (SVC). As a collaboration tool, integrated conferencing allows users to transfer documents and applications seamlessly, which helps them in maintaining better coordination between remote users.

Cost is a big factor for any organisation, especially when setting up the groundwork for deploying new technology. Since the modern video conferencing solutions are based on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, these are scalable and involve no hardware. Therefore, users simply need to provide their log in IDs and passwords in a browser window to set up or join a multi-participant video call over ADSL or Wi-Fi connection. The mobile workforce of the organisation needs to install an app in their Smartphones and tablet computers and begin a video conference at the touch of a button over 3G and 4G networks. As a scalable solution, this service is suitable for small and medium organisations that are expanding as well as for large enterprises that need a vast video conferencing infrastructure, thus catering to all demographics successfully.

Mark Voucher is an experienced writer having more than 10 years of experience in writing articles on various topics such as Video Conferencing, Integrated Conferencing and Conferencing etc.

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