As video conferencing evolves, more and more companies, both large and small, are relying on it as a daily tool to stay connected and productive.
In this two-part series we will dig into the benefits of Managed Video as a Service (MVaaS) and what it can do for your company. We will also map out the differences of a business- class service vs a more consumer-oriented service and the associated considerations, such as security.
With virtual meeting rooms you can deliver affordable and professional meetings that enable organizations like yours to be in two places at once. MVaaS is used to address the challenges of managing distributed video systems across multiple locations to reduce the organization’s burden of software maintenance, ongoing operation, and support. This scalability and limited management requirement limits the strain on the IT organization and network and lowers the barrier to entry for video-driven value added service.
MVaaS providers such as DoubleHorn
take away the complexities usually involved with video collaboration. This enables organizations of any size to utilize the technology as just another IT application. This makes video easily accessible and manageable from anywhere on the network. As a result of this, video becomes a core component of the overall unified communications
environment, delivering a seamless and cohesive, integrated experience for everyone involved.
Consider the following statistic: Cisco Systems has cut its annual travel budget in half due to increased use of MVaaS, online collaboration and telepresence. It’s not only convenient, but very cost effective.
DoubleHorn has the managed video as a service solution to fit your organization’s needs. Contact us
today for a free assessment and quote.