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February 14, 2011
VideoPort Offers IP Telephony and Cloud Communication Services
By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor
Cloud computing will be one of the focal points of the professional conference, Global Services Conference 2011. Various opportunities for businesses will be opened, and IP telephony and cloud communication services will be offered to customers by VideoPort. The company is one of the first Russian video conferencing software developers to offer these services. Private and public entities and educational institutions are included in the over ten thousand customers of the organization. The customers use the software for regular communication with remote offices and discussing current issues in real time.
There is a constant improvement of technology. There has been a reduction in data transmission time along with increase in data processing. The idea of today’s communications has been completely changed with the development of cloud computing. Video has been allowed to mix in the channels. The quality of audio and video communication has been brought to HQ and even HD levels as IP telephony have been made cheaper. A continuous process of communication is provided by "cloud" servers.
A 14-day risk-free offer has been offered by VideoPort. The quality of communication and functionalities of this innovative software can be checked during this period. During the trial period, symmetric conferences of up to 16 participants can be made along with virtual meetings of up to 250 people. During the video conference, files can be also sent simultaneously. The trial version will also include the ability to show presentations and record everything in excellent quality.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell