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New TPO Videoconferencing Interoperability Cloud Service Comparison Chart
Back in July of 2012 we created a quick chart comparing the basic features of some notable cloud-based VC interop providers as part of a related article. Since that time we have been asked to refine our questions, cover additional features, and give the vendors a chance to update their responses to reflect new developments.
In order to continue our coverage of this exciting market segment, we have created this Updated Chart, which will be included and featured as part of an in depth look at developments in B2B and B2C visual collaboration in our upcoming print magazine. We plan on continuing to update this resource as the market continues to evolve. For example, we expect the next version to include more in depth coverage of WebRTC integration.
These interoperability offerings represent the cutting edge of B2B and B2C visual collaboration. We look forward to visiting with all of these providers at this week's Enterprise Connect conference.
Due to the popularity of this free community resource, Telepresence Options is also finalizing a similar chart on Robotic Telepresence, which will also be included in a feature article in the magazine.
The next issue of Telepresence Options Magazine will be delivered on April 22nd to over 5000+ subscribers and industry influential in 100+ countries. Get your free subscription here.
Telepresence Options would like to thank all of the vendors who participated in this initiative. We also welcome feedback from all readers, in the comment section below, so that we can continue to improve this chart in future editions.
About the Author
David Maldow, Esq. is a visual collaboration technologist and analyst with the Human Productivity Lab and an associate editor at Telepresence Options. David has extensive expertise in testing, evaluating, and explaining telepresence and other visual collaboration / rich media solutions. David is focused on providing third-party independent analysis and opinion of these technologies and helping end users better secure their telepresence, videoconferencing, and visual collaboration environments. You can follow David on Twitter and Google+.
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