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.
ICE is changing the way the corporate world interacts – with ever more weight being put on video as a service and conferencing in the cloud, can businesses afford not to migrate? This final blog in our VaaS series looks at the ease with which moving an on-premise video conferencing strategy to the cloud, how quickly ICE can be implemented and why it is the best choice for the workplace of the future.
In the penultimate blog in our Video as a Service (VaaS) series, we shine the spotlight on ourselves. Over the past weeks we have looked at video as a service and the collaborative benefits it can have within almost any industry or workforce. This time, we explain why cloud-based video conferencing has surpassed traditional meeting rooms, and why Videocall’s innovative ICE (Intelligent Cloud Experience) platform is the most exciting addition to both our canon and the industry as a whole.