Clary Icon Launches a Cloud-Based Collaboration Hub
June 09, 2014
Clary Icon, the U.S.-based manufacturer of interactive collaboration solutions, recently unveiled its new cloud-based collaboration hub, OneScreen SoftServe.
OneScreen SoftServe provides instant access to the familiar applications people need to work together like video, audio, and Web conferencing, whiteboarding, presenting, innovating, selling, and more.
“Clary Icon recognizes that the barriers formed between disparate communication and collaboration technologies inherently build barriers to how people work together. OneScreen SoftServe breaks down the barriers to workflow and provides easy access to all of the tools, information, and people that users need, irrespective of the technologies they prefer to use,” said Sufian Munir, CEO of Clary Icon, in a press statement.
Officials said that OneScreen SoftServe bridges the gaps between disparate technologies. Teams can simply choose their tools, focus on their work, and can keep business growing, as now they don’t have to be concerned with technology.
Also, OneScreen SoftServe deploys with a live, on-demand Screen Skills Guru button and so help is always available at just the touch of a finger.
Available at an annual subscription, OneScreen SoftServe provides the ability to choose from a variety of collaboration applications, allows seamless transitioning from tool-to-tool, and supports displays, tablets, laptops, and mobile devices.
OneScreen SoftServe needs no infrastructure investment and can be hosted in the cloud or on premise. It deploys with OneScreen Connect video conferencing service and offers unlimited multi-party calls up to 99 participants on OneScreen Connect or WebRTC and up to 4 using SIP and H.323.
Furthermore, it offers resizable video and content windows, presence indicators, unlimited screen, data and application sharing, and advanced meeting record, playback, and sharing.
A few months back, TMCnet reported that Clary Icon was offering OneScreen in a 40" screen size. OneScreen combines high definition video, audio and Web conferencing with a multi-touch interactive screen.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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