The BrightCom Visual Collaboration System provides telepresence and video conferencing meeting metrics displaying statistics for system use and allowing businesses to track productivity and savings in time, costs and energy.
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BrightCom announces several new features and video demonstrations for their Visual Collaboration System client including support of international languages and XML based Microsoft Office files. New features allow users to share and mark up files without additional software.
BrightCom announces new ability to cross connect telepresence and video conferencing through MCU systems to multiple endpoints. BrightCom has successfully demonstrated this for the Los Angeles Police Department connecting BrightCom with Cisco MCU.
BrightCom progresses telepresence and video conferencing with new administrative and usability features enhancing its software based integrated video and data conferencing platform.
Telepresence Security Threats are Reduced with Enterprise Class Software Based Video Conferencing, says BrightComMonday, August 30th, 2010
BrightCom discusses the security risks for businesses using video conferencing and telepresence and how a tight integration with enterprise class infrastructure can reduce the risk of security threats even further than standard video, audio and data stream encryption.
Integrated Telepresence Vendor BrightCom Highlights Digital Imagery for Picture Perfect CommunicationWednesday, July 28th, 2010
BrightCom discusses how its integrated telepresence and video conferencing infrastructure improves the quality of digital imagery presented during conferencing for clearer communication.
Telepresence Vendor BrightCom Details Benefits of Enterprise Class Video Conferencing Infrastructure for IT ManagementMonday, June 21st, 2010
BrightCom discusses the benefits of enterprise class, software based infrastructures for telepresence and video conferencing systems, as opposed to MCU and firmware based systems, giving IT management an easier way to administer and maintain their company’s communication within overall enterprise management.
April 2010: BrightCom releases a new white paper discussing the current data collaboration technology in telepresence and video conferencing, its limitations and what VCS 2.6 offers to businesses to help expand their everyday collaboration and communication abilities for a better conference room experience.
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor, TMCnet News
Telepresence is an important focus for companies trying to push productivity in a global marketplace. The challenge is that telepresence can actually have the opposite effect if it is done incorrectly.
Thanks to greater enhancements in video capabilities, videoconferencing is quickly becoming a key component of collaborative business environments. For example, H.264 Scalable Video Coding and other technologies allow the delivery of high-quality video to a number of applications, such as real-time videoconferencing, broadcasting and streaming.
As more and more companies better understand the benefits of video communications, organizations are increasingly using the latest collaboration applications, such as videoconferencing and telepresence, to trim their travel budgets and boost efficiency.