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VDO360 vs the BigShotHD 10x

VDO360 vs the BigShotHD 10xThere is a reason why we don't offer a click to "buy it now" on the BigShot HD cameras. We cannot put our name behind them. We want you to be happy with the product you buy from us. The VDO360 is a flat out better camera than the BigshotHD. There [...]

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Adjusting the Zoom & View on a PanaCast/PanaCam Camera

One of the unique features of the PanaCast / PanaCam camera by Altia systems is the ability to adjust the view.  Here is a Youtube video on how to make the changes. 

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Arrive Systems Overview by TelepresenceGear.com

Arrive Systems is a game changing video conferencing and visual collaboration platform. What makes the Arrive Platform different than the traditional video conference codecs is flexibility and interoperability.  Sure the big guys talk interop, but is it really interoperable when you have to buy more of their equipment to make it interoperate among different platforms? The [...]

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Arrive Systems FacePoint - The Lync Ready Video Conference system

Arrive Systems FacePoint is a game changing video conference solution. We think it is time for video conference systems to be open among numerous platforms and be easy to work with.  The Arrive Systems FacePoint platform is Microsoft Lync ready. Install the Lync 2013 client on the FacePoint appliance and tie together with the ControlPoint 1000e [...]

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PanaCast: Panorama in a Mobile World

What price, mobility?For a lot of us, the big bloated video conferencing systems don’t make sense. Not only are they pricey and complicated to install, we can’t exactly pack them in a briefcase when we travel or work from home. Granted, systems like that are meant to cut down on travel, but the day has not yet arrived when [...]

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Microsoft Lync vs Cisco Jabber according to Google

Cisco and Microsoft have been going head to head more and more as of lately. One of the most heated areas is for the desktop collaboration tool. While each solution has their own strengths and weaknesses, it is interesting to see who is leading in searches from Google to get an idea of who is [...]

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Pop Quiz: The best service for distance learning? Zoom.us

For a state education department chronically short on budget, the challenge was daunting: how to afford a video conferencing setup that could link their schools—including the rural ones—and let them do distance learning. For years they’d played the grants games with the big video conferencing manufacturers, but that only left them with big honking pieces [...]

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Mersive Solstice: An IT-ready Platform

We’ve all heard about the convergence of AV and IT, and we all know there will be leaders and laggards as it arrives. If you look at the leading wired and wireless platforms for same-room PC or mobile device sharing, you’ll notice a pattern. Traditional AV companies have gone the route of proprietary hardware and [...]

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Cost-effective Video Conferencing

Cost-effective Video ConferencingPart 1: Video Conference CamerasVideo conferencing has completely flipped on its head in the past 18 to 24 months. Gone are the days when you had to buy an over-priced, over-complicated proprietary system that requires a team of experts to install and another team of experts just to keep it running. The cameras, [...]

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Top 5 telyHD Pro use Cases by TelepresenceGear.com Clients

In almost no time, tely has taken the video conferencing market by storm, snatching up what Wainhouse estimates to be a 14 percent market share since rolling out products like the telyHD in January 2012.  This is cost-effective, no-brainer tech that goes where you go. Communicate and collaborate anywhere. The possibilities of the telyHD Pro [...]

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