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IVCi Introduces Video Collaboration Cloud (VCC)

May 2, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
ivciLogo.gifMay 1, 2012 by Paul Robinson via UCStrategies.com -- Video collaboration has a lot to offer in the context of managing global supply chains and enabling the productivity growth of ever more mobile workforces. But there are roadblocks in the way. Differences in technology, networks, devices and applications must be overcome. IVCi, a global systems integrator and MSP of cloud-based video services, has come up with a novel way of bridging these islands with the ultimate goal of making sure that the individual meeting, itself, is successful. Their secret sauce for success is based on the Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) model of integrating best of breed services for the management of the people, the processes, and the technology needed to make visual collaboration successful - from virtually any place and any device. This CSB strategy is the underpinning of its recently announced Video Collaboration Cloud (VCC) offering.

Over the last ten years IVCi has served companies across all verticals. Customers have ranged from the Fortune 50 to small shops. However, even a multi-billion dollar company with only 50 rooms would be considered a small to medium business from the perspective of the amount of video that they have, even though they are, themselves, a very large organization. Customers choose from one of three IVCi Operating models. As a traditional SI/VAR, IVCi designs, commissions, installs and trains an enterprise how to operate a video room system. As an MSP, they will supply 24/7 remote management and offer to run the system for the client's meetings. The customer may also purchase Video as a Service. Here, the customer simply buys the video endpoints and plugs them into IVCi's private network for full end-to-end operation and support. IVCi leases a global network incorporating data centers both within and outside the US in support of its cloud services.

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