Cloud-based video conferencing services are now available to connect laptops, room systems, smartphones and tablets, allowing users to connect into the same virtual meeting room in order to collaborate, share and have face-to-face meetings with employees, clients and partners from all over the world.
Cloud-based video conferencing services have become very popular over the past few years due to businesses having lower upfront costs, reduced infrastructure requirements and less maintenance.
Reports have shown an increase in the use of video Conferencing in the government, healthcare and education sectors all of which is said will drive the cloud-based video conferencing services market’s growth over the next few years.
Cloud-based video conferencing or video conferencing-as-a-service (VCaaS) allows two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-sided audio and video transmissions. In cloud solutions, cloud server is used to transfer, access and store data.
For businesses working in a highly globalised environment with employees based in various geographical locations, effective collaboration is vital in maintaining healthy productive operations, driving innovation and achieving desired business outcomes. While there are a number of communication platforms available today, many companies are looking into video conferencing to enhance collaboration and knowledge sharing among dispersed teams.
Many video conferencing solutions have come into difficulties when trying to communicate with other video conferencing solutions, due to manufacturer differences, age and current network infrastructure set-up.
Cloud solutions such as Cloud Based Virtual Meeting Rooms can provide interoperability between different protocols, allowing everyone to communicate, whatever system or device they are using.
Cloud-based video conferencing makes video transmissions easily accessible to anyone at any point in time from anywhere.
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