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Video Enabled Collaboration

Does Heat Affect Productivity? How ICE Can Keep Employees Cool

Posted by Kira Hawker on Jul 19, 2016 2:56:06 PM

The Telegraph has published an article detailing MPs plans to push for a new law that requires bosses to send staff home if workplace temperatures rise above 30 degrees. As England swelters today, it may encourage some employers to embrace a remote working policy so staff can remain productive in the comfort of their homes.

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Topics: Cloud Based Video Conferencing, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), ICE VaaS, ICE, cloud computing

The Benefits of an 'Always On' Culture

Posted by Kira Hawker on Jul 12, 2016 9:20:40 AM

We live in a world that is constantly connected; a world where collaboration is encouraged via every piece of technology we own. We can share stories, opinions, jokes, and more, through our various online profiles. We communicate via telephone, over the internet and, now most prevalently, via video. In fact, by 2019 over 80% of all internet traffic will be video.

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Topics: Cloud Based Video Conferencing, Polycom, room stratification, cloud computing

Old Age Platforms Versus Videocall’s ICE

Posted by Kira Hawker on May 16, 2016 3:43:45 PM

Legacy video conferencing platforms are still widely used in today’s office environment. For a large number of businesses, cloud computing is becoming less of an afterthought and more of a strategic reality. In contrast, there are many businesses whose legacy platform works as well as it ever has done, leading many to question why a large-scale migration is necessary. This blog looks at the OAPs versus our ICE (Intelligent Cloud Experience) platform – the pros and cons, and why a migration may not be as difficult as first thought.

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Topics: Cloud Based Video Conferencing, Polycom, ICE VaaS, cloud, ICE, vaas, OAPs