Mystic, CT (PRWEB) May 13, 2012
Easymeeting.net was founded in Tromsø, Norway and now has offices in Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; Mystic, Connecticut and Santa Cruz, California and is a leader in providing easy to use videoconferencing as a service tools to help businesses communicate and collaborate more productively and easily. Easymeeting.net has partners throughout the EMEA, AMERICAS and soon a major global announcement conceding the APAC region will be made.
The easymeeting.net blog team consists of Caity Serra, the head of the easymeeting Expert team in Mystic, Connecticut, Evan J. Andriopoulos the CEO of easymeeting.net and Hans Johan Tofteng, the Founder of easymeeting.net. The blog will also feature guest writers and has a goal of being the "go to" tool for those looking for information on videoconferencing and how one can benefit from it´s use.
"There are many blogs out there on videoconferencing, or so-called cloud services, unified communications and or managed services but they are focusing on the technological aspect of the various hardware and software offerings. They are not focusing on the user and the benefits. When they do focus on the user they are focused on the IT Manager of the "tech team" as I call them and not those who would best benefit from videoconferencing," said Evan J. Andriopoulos - CEO of easymeeting.net.
Easymeeting.net's services include virtual meeting room spaces whereas mobile devices, PC/Mac and traditional videoconferencing systems can easily communicate and share presentations. The easymeeting.net services also include a global search engine directory to help locate videoconferencing systems across the globe to easy to use numbering plan for your systems and rooms. Other services include corporate portals and easy to use hardware bundles offered exclusively by easymeeting´s global partners.
"With regard to our blog, we opted to have the head of our easymeetingExpert US team be the champion of our blog, why? because our easymeetingExperts deal with customers every day - in the "proverbial trenches" - one can say. They see business from a user perspective and not from a tech perspective," followed Andriopoulos. "Our easymeeting service center which houses our experts is designed to deliver a true user experience from user training, support and inspiration," said Andriopoulos.
The easymeeting.net blog has already received a deal of coverage via social media from Facebook and Twitter to LinkedIn and other videoconferencing related forums. For more information please feel free to check in at http://info.easymeeting.net/blog/ and via social media at: Twitter @EasymeetingNet and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/easymeeting