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Posted on: March 25, 2019
Frost and Sullivan have estimates that there are more than 32 million huddle rooms worldwide and quite interestingly there is less than 2% of those rooms are video-enabled today. The current prediction is that 70% of these rooms will be video enabled by 2020 as companies both big and small scramble to deploy cost-effective solutions… Continue Reading

Remote Employees Spur Demand for Video Conferencing

Posted on: March 14, 2019
“Cloud video conferencing services continue to become Main Stream as companies look to avoid large capital investments in favour of subscription-based services”. The Australian video conferencing market is in a rapid growth as visual collaboration gains precedence over audio conferencing. Even as emerging video products and services are spurring market expansion, the commoditisation of legacy… Continue Reading

In the legal world, efficient collaboration can make or brake a case. From communicating with colleagues, experts, or witnesses to working with or preparing, effective interaction is crucial for success.

Posted on: March 4, 2019
More and More Australian Legal Firms are now implementing a high-quality video conferencing solution as their preferred communications platform. These types of technology have become main stream as they ensure to optimize efficiency through accelerated communications with colleagues and clients which in turn has enhanced not only the bottom line of legal business but ultimately… Continue Reading

Starleaf Trade-In Offer

Posted on: February 28, 2019
Starleaf Video Conferencing solutions continue to lead the industry with both its room-based systems and cloud platform. Its highly featured and unbiases integration of all other video platforms including Microsoft Teams seems to be a winning formula. I personally don’t believe that there is an easier solution available today, from its one button click to… Continue Reading

Remote Employees in the Mining Sector Spurs Demand for Video Conferencing Solutions

Posted on: February 19, 2019
“Cloud video conferencing services will become Main Stream as companies look to avoid large capital investments in favour of subscription-based services”. The Australian Mining Industry has entered a phase of cost containment and rigorous capital management in Australia and communication technologies have a fundamental role to play in delivering on these strategic initiatives. According to… Continue Reading

The Expected Collaboration Trends in 2017

Posted on: January 16, 2017
Enterprise is no longer tied to one physical office or location as those days are well and truly over in fact most global companies with employees are in multiple office locations and it is now becoming main stream to work part or whole from the home. Communicating between employees and customers who can be literally… Continue Reading

Why Business are Moving to a Cloud-based Solution

Posted on: November 13, 2015
Cloud-based solutions are really starting to gaining traction and have been for few years now. In a simple explanation, a cloud-based solution is one where the software is not owned or hosted by an organization. Instead, companies subscribe to the application from a third-party, typically a software vendor, who then supplies the application’s capabilities as… Continue Reading

Control your Meeting Room with Lifesize Phone HD

Posted on: November 13, 2015
We all have a preferred meeting room in our offices. For me it our Boardroom it’s the room that I feel best in and always perform well. It’s a room that I take clients and staff it’s a room I am proud of. As for Video Conferencing equipment, it’s got a Lifesize Icon 600 with… Continue Reading

More Than 1 Cloud – What to Choose?

Posted on: November 12, 2015
These days most organisations with any form of IT investment are aware of or already using cloud resources. But for companies with a significant existing IT infrastructure, the notion of dropping their current investment and moving everything to the cloud is usually not realistic. Fortunately hybrid cloud options exist to fill in the gap between… Continue Reading