Provided by: LifeSize Communications, Inc.
Date Added: Sep 2012
The virtualization phenomenon is already well under way. Server and storage virtualization have led the way, but network, desktop and application virtualization are rapidly gaining acceptance. Organizations considering virtualizing their web, database and email applications would do well to consider video communications as well.
Being both hardware and software based, Virtualized Video Communications greatly reduces the installation and management burdens of traditional on-premise solutions to provide a range of benefits including ease of deployment, cost savings and increased IT staff productivity.
When considering a virtualized video communications solution, it's important to consider whether it's truly a scalable enterprise-class solution. Since you'll probably want to start with a proof-of-concept trial and scale up as needed, look for a solution with a flexible licensing model, centralized management and a menu of options that allows you to add functionality over time.
As a pioneer in advancing video conferencing, LifeSize is changing the way video communications is delivered - leveraging the latest infrastructure to bring this powerful HD enterprise class collaboration tool to more organizations.