Events

  • Polycom Certified Video Conferencing Engineer (PCVE) Program – LEVEL2

    We are pleased to announce the Next batch of  2017 -  Polycom Certified Video Conferencing Engineer (PCVE) Program – LEVEL2,  scheduled SEPT-  10 to 14 (5 days) 2017 As you are aware that the Polycom Certified Video Conferencing Engineer (PCVE) Certification is the new measure of technical excellence for those who implement and support Polycom RealPresence Platform solutions. The program will cover details on Polycom latest infrastructure along with hands on Practical Lab sessions. The program is specially arranged for Polycom Partner community to equip on Polycom infrastructure components from Technical / Pre sales / implementation perspective, and is mandate to retain your existing Polycom certification and upgrade to next Level (GOLD, PLATINIUM) . Candidates interested please send your registration confirmations to Ms. Sanam Yousuf at sanam@fvc.com Thank you and we look forward for your confirmation....

Polycom recently asked 5,000 business professionals around the world how they defy distance in the workplace. Their insights have been compiled into a comprehensive survey report that is now available for download....

Blog

Logitech Invests In Huddle Trend With MeetUp , Will this be the next big thing in Huddle Room Solution

  Today, Logitech has announced a new conference cam offering, Logitech MeetUp. Designed specifically for small conference rooms and huddle rooms. MeetUp has a 120-degree field of view with acoustics custom-tuned for huddle rooms and a compact all-in-one design that minimises cable clutter, MeetUp is USB plug-and-play designed to work right out of the box. “As companies move to open floor plans, huddle spaces are becoming increasingly popular in workplaces today. But until now, the devices in these meeting spaces have been scaled-down versions of large room systems, offering a subpar video experience,” said Scott Wharton, vice president and general manager of Logitech Video Collaboration. “Logitech MeetUp is purpose-built for the huddle room and its unique video and audio requirements, making sure everyone at the table is clearly seen and heard. It provides a truly remarkable collaboration experience.” “In our recent State of the State report on Enterprise Video Conferencing, we estimate that there are 30-50 million huddle rooms globally, and that affordability, self service, and ease-of-use will be key factors for video adoption in these rooms,” said Andrew W. Davis, senior analyst and partner at Wainhouse Research.  ...

A varied diet is good for us

So you might remember that my view is that UC solutions should be interesting and varied. This is not just about increasing adoption but also the recognition that many people work ...