Is Your Organisation Ready For Video Communication?

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A new White Paper from VC News, sponsored by Radvision, provides businesses and institutions with guidance on the adoption of video conferencing and telepresence.

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The new White Paper from VC News, sponsored by Radvision, advises on the adoption of video conferencing and telepresence.

Today, video communications technology has evolved to the point where it is no longer prohibitively expensive and cost-effective solutions are available in meeting rooms, on the desktop and even on the road.

VC News – Blue and Green’s web magazine and resource for the videoconferencing, communication and collaboration communities – announces the publication of a new White Paper entitled ‘Is your organisation ready for video communication?’ The new White Paper is sponsored by leading video communication technology provider Radvision, and can be downloaded free-of-charge from http://www.vcnews.co.uk .

Growth in the adoption of video communication is driven by the need for businesses and public sector organisations to achieve cost-savings and efficiencies, particularly in sensitive areas such as business travel and the ‘meeting culture’ that critics argue has developed in recent years. The new White Paper explains how video communication can deliver savings and efficiencies from day one, and provide a better work experience through collaboration and resource sharing.

Bryan Denyer, managing editor of VC News and author of the White Paper, says:

“Video communication is the way to meet, transact business or collaborate with colleagues in the most cost-effective and environmentally considerate way. Companies and organisations deploying video communications technologies have found that it greatly reduces the time and money consumed by business travel, improves the speed of decision-making and brings much efficiency to commercial processes.”

Sharon Shechner, Radvision’s marketing manager for the EMEA region, adds:

“In the past, video communication was the preserve of the corporate sector, and, even there, success was limited to a few key individuals within the boardroom or a dedicated videoconferencing room. Today, video communications technology has evolved to the point where it is no longer prohibitively expensive and cost-effective solutions are available in meeting rooms, on the desktop and even on the road. These new solutions can be robust, reliable and deliver the quality needed for effective business communication.”

The White Paper will help readers decide whether video communication has a role to play within their organisations. It is a practical document and answers a number of popular questions including: What are the different video communication solutions available? ; How are these solutions used? ; What are the benefits of deploying video communication? ; And how is return-on-investment calculated? The text is supported by checklists and scenarios drawn from different types and sizes of organisation.

The White Paper is available to download free of charge from today from: http://www.vcnews.co.uk/index.php/whitepapers/?action=download&id=1.

About VC News

VC News is published by Blue and Green Ltd, a specialist publisher and business information provider active in the audio visual and communications sectors since 2001. The company also publishes AV News in print and online formats, supported by a programme of white papers and video presentations.

About Radvision

Since 1992, Radvision has been a leading provider of products and technologies for unified visual communications over IP and 3G networks. Radvision offers the broadest and most complete set of standards-based video networking infrastructure and developer toolkits on the market today. These products enable customers and partners to deploy unified communication networks and services, and develop video network equipment and device solutions faster and more reliably than ever before. Radvision is driving the unified communications evolution by combining the power of video, voice, data and wireless – in room video conference systems, mobile video solutions and highly scalable video-enabled desktop platforms for IP and emerging next-generation networks.

Press contacts

Bryan Denyer, managing editor, Blue and Green Ltd
Tel: 0845 370 0470
Email: bryan(dot)denyer(at)blueandgreen(dot)co(dot)uk

Sue Pritchard, account director, COMMERCIAL:PR
Tel: 0207 118 9900
Email: sue(dot)Pritchard(at)commercialpr(dot)com

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