Sitting In The Clouds With VideoPort

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This year, the professional conference, "Global Services Conference 2011", is devoted to various aspects of business development from partial transfer of business processes to outsourcing. Additionally, one discussion will be focused on cloud computing and opening up opportunities for business here.

VideoPort was one of the first Russian video conferencing software developers to offer its customers IP telephony and cloud communication services.

Adjustment of recently acquired IT equipment perhaps could be associated with too many hours observing the process with little opportunity to return to your immediate work. And remember video conferences: a set of wires, unexpected disappearance of either picture or sound, lack of IT specialists just when needed. Both experts and businessmen decided that things need to be urgently changed.

Disposing or substantially reducing one’s own IT departments and outsourcing their tasks was a step in the right direction. Technology does not stand still: constantly improving, speeding up date processing, reducing data transmission time, etc. The development of cloud computing was like an avalanche, completely changing the idea of today's communications.

IP telephony made calls cheaper, allowed video to mix in the channels and brought the quality of audio and video communication to HQ, even HD, levels. As for "cloud" servers: they provide a continuous process of communication – even on unstable connections – with participation of multiple users during one video conferencing.

Thus, VideoPort was one of the first Russian video conferencing software developers to offer its customers IP telephony and cloud communication services. For those who still have doubts, the company has a 14-day risk-free offer to check the quality of communication and functionalities of this innovative software. The latter makes it possible to conduct symmetric conferences of up to 16 participants and virtual meeting of up to 250 people, while simultaneously sending files during the video conference, showing presentations and recording everything that happens in excellent quality.

VideoPort constantly listens to its users and improves the quality of its video conferencing products. More than ten thousand customers, including private and public entities and educational institutions, use these above-mentioned technologies for regular communication with remote offices, discussing current issues in real time. These services help save on business trips; they even make it possible for employees travelling on a train to participate.

VideoPort announced a campaign from January 17 to February 17. When purchasing a server with a no time-limit version plus expansion packs, you receive a 20.11% discount. This same discount applies to corporate rates for a subscription period of at least three months. Purchase of the annual license of the video conferencing server will provide users with additional free features, such as integration of an address book system or a desktop demonstration showing your colleagues what you are currently working on.

For more information, please visit VideoPort website:

About VideoPort
VideoPort develops and manufactures software systems to organize and conduct video conferences and delivers video conferencing services. VideoPort’s VCS systems for internal corporate use have been successfully implemented and running in government and educational institutions, organizations and private company networks. VideoPort is one of Russia's first companies to introduce video conferencing Internet services. The company has extensive and successful experience in developing and implementing solutions for video conferencing in various companies.


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