MNS Releases New Version of REC.VC with Video Recording & Streaming Directly from Skype for Business

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New version of REC.VC adds support for recording and streaming of Skype for Business meetings.

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For organizations with multiplatform collaboration environments including Cisco, Microsoft, Pexip and Polycom, REC.VC is the perfect cross-platform option to simplify video meeting recording & streaming

Media Network Services (MNS), the leader in cloud-based recording & streaming of video meetings, today announced general availability of REC.VC with support for Skype for Business (SfB) video recording & streaming.

“Today is a great day for Skype for Business users around the world as we have removed the complexity of recording and streaming. They can now record or stream a video meeting or event simply by calling their REC.VC video address from the SfB client on their PC or Microsoft Surface Hub,” said Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances. “For organizations with multiplatform collaboration environments including Cisco, Microsoft, Pexip and Polycom, REC.VC is the perfect cross-platform option to simplify video meeting recording & streaming.”

REC.VC is delivered as a global cloud service with production environments in North America and Europe, and a global network for best input and output quality regardless of source and viewer locations.

REC.VC subscriptions start at USD 99 per month for organization-wide deployment.

Video tutorial on how to record a Skype for Business meeting:
https://youtu.be/VsTx4tbhdWM

Video tutorial on how to stream a Skype for Business meeting:
https://youtu.be/o-SwljVWD3Y

Visit http://www.rec.vc/sfb for further details about REC.VC for Skype for Business and free trial.

About MNS
Media Network Services (MNS) is a global provider of value added cloud applications for Visual Collaboration (VC). Products and services include QoS.VC the global network platform for VC, REC.VC Global Recording and Streaming Cloud Service, and IVR.VC Global Video IVR.

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