VCIG Alliance Member Spotlight Session Information
||VCI-Group Alliance Member Spotlight Sessions provide our community with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the offerings of several of VCI-Group's Alliance Members. Register for these events and avail yourself of these education opportunities on the many products and services our industry vendors have to offer. These sessions are open to the public to register and attend. We look forward to having you join us!
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Date: Thursday, December 5th, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Organization: Zoom Video Communications
Session Title: #1 Cloud Video Conferencing Experience
Description: Join Zoom’s Nick Chong and Zoom customers Scott Colestock, VP of Engineering at Liquidspace, and Rick Seeley, ITS Manager at the University of Northern Iowa, for a tour of a new class of cloud meetings that unifies HD video conferencing, web meetings and mobility into a single collaboration platform. From hosting meetings of all sizes, on any devices, to using our spanking new collaboration features, learn how Zoom can dramatically change the way you and your team communicate and work together. And we guarantee more than 80% savings over existing solutions!
Sign up for a free Zoom account today and see why it is the #1 Cloud Video Conference Experience!
Date: Friday, November 8th, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Session Title: G2J Making Videoconferencing Management Easier with MyEasyVision
Geoffery Vande Weerdt
Head of The Americas
Head of Innovation Department (IEC Group)
Topic: MyEasyVision™ powered by G2J is a unique EASY-TO-USE video management interface video end-users & VNOC Admin.
Video Customers use multiple & complicated video management interfaces, many manual processes, no centralization of video endpoints & infrastructures, no simple scheduling & management for end-users, no customization or real-time reporting… Nothing is Easy for the end-users!
- Fully interoperable with all vendor Polycom, Cisco, Radvision…
- Fully Scalable – SaaS Model
- BYOD Friendly with iOS Apps
- Calendar Plug-ins with Outlook
- No Software Download
- Works on any Web-Browser
- No Hardware Implementation
- Secured SSL256
- 24*7 Monitoring & Redundancy
- Public & Private Cloud
- SD, HD720 & HD1080p Quality
- Full IP, SIP,ISDN & PSTN access
Date: Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Session Title: Video Conferencing Architecture: Why a Sea Change is Happening
Evangelist and former SVP, Market Development of Vidyo
Description: The age of global, large-scale HD video collaboration has arrived but how did we get here and where is the industry going?
Get the inside story of how Vidyo technology powers one of the largest video collaboration deployments in the world today, connecting over 20,000 scientists at 600 institutes and universities across 113 countries for physics research. We’ll explore how video conferencing architecture has evolved to support massive deployments and the exploding number and variety of personal endpoints.
Join Vidyo's Marty Hollander to:
- Learn about the video architectures and deployment models proven to deliver high-quality, multipoint collaboration at mass scale.
- Discuss the adoption of scalable video coding technology and its critical role in place in the H.264, H.265 and WebRTC VP9 codecs.
- Explore Vidyo’s ongoing work with Google to enhance the video quality of WebRTC and the future of browser-to-browser communications.
- See what’s new with VidyoDesktop 3.0 and VidyoWeb.
Speaker's Bio: Marty Hollander is a consultant and evangelist for Vidyo and formerly served as the company’s SVP of Market Development. With more than 20 years of high-tech marketing experience, Marty specializes in developing lasting strategic assets through creative market development. Previously, Marty served as Vice President of Marketing at Cemaphore Systems, Latitude Communications (later acquired by Cisco) and ProactiveNet (later acquired by BMC). He also founded CollectiveSpace and IntelliCorp, where he played a variety of executive roles. Marty has also held senior level positions at Silicon Graphics and Storm Technology. Marty earned an MBA from Stanford University as well as an MS from Carnegie-Mellon University.
Date: Thursday, September 5th, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Organization: Chorus Call - Compunetix
Session Title: Videoconferencing Evolution Part ll: Services, Software and Hardware – Listening to the Customer
Compunetix, Director of Marketing of the Communications Systems Division (CSD)
Compunetix, Global Solutions Manager for the Video Systems Division
Date: Thursday, August 1st, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Session Title: Hard Facts about the Software Age – Video Conferencing Evolution
ClearOne, Vice President, Video Conferencing Business
Description: Video Conferencing continues to evolve. Knowing today’s trends and tomorrow’s direction is the key to providing future-proof solutions. It’s all about the user perspective - the roadblocks to adoptions and the solutions to true ROI. Software-based solutions provide affordability and flexibility beyond hardware-based counterparts; opening the way future-proof scalability – the solutions ClearOne offers.
Date: Thursday, July 11th, 2013 - 1:00 PM ET
Session Title: Beyond the VC Platform: Automation and Control Technologies for the “Perfect Meeting”
AMX, Director of Integrated Building Solutions
Description: Join us as we explore the latest innovations in meeting room control and automation technologies. We’ll examine technologies and best practices for streamlining Meeting Room AV and Electronics control, reducing energy consumption, and boosting productivity.
Technology failures are a common and costly reality in meeting rooms, lecture halls, and presentation venues. Even with a foolproof video conferencing platform, the various electronics and audio visual systems that exist in our high-utilization meeting and collaboration spaces (not to mention lighting, environmental controls, B.Y.O.D. inputs, etc.) can cause “the perfect meeting” to be elusive. Corporate Executives and Managers spend 70-80% of their time in meetings, with much of that time wasted due to technology failures. Studies estimate that the average IT Support Technician spends 40 minutes each day addressing Meeting Room Technology issues. When you add up all of the delays due to technology failures for the typical Enterprise, University, or Organization it is not difficult to imagine that the cost in terms of lost productivity can easily be tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. This session will present solutions to address these problems.