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Polycom: Infusing Life into the Virtual World of Video Conferencing

May 5, 2014 | Telepresence Options


Story and images by Anamika Sahu / SiliconIndia

Monika Tripathi, an HR Manager in an MNC in India, picks her smartphone whilst at home and checks in for a video conference through RealPresence CloudAXIS to interview a candidate from New York City. The candidate clicks on the link shared by Monika and here he is live on her smartphone. Unlike traditional video conferencing where one can just view people sitting across borders, Polycom's RealPresence CloudAXIS empowers a person connect the conference just through a click on the link send across by the host. For instance, an HR can take the interview over phone whilst being at home. HR could virtually see everything one looks for in a face-to-face interview: body language, audio nuances and even his eye contact. Through comprehensive host control features that include high resolution content sharing, she can give presentations and have group chat with the candidate. The conference can be recorded for future references and put on company's social media for knowledge sharing.

Such is the beauty of Polycom's RealPresence CloudAXIS developed completely from Polycom India which is currently lead by Minhaj Zia. CloudAXIS is a video collaboration and conferencing software solution that enables business collaborates with other businesses or individuals easily and securely, independent of application, system or device. It is a software extension of Polycom's RealPresence Platform for private and public cloud deployments enabling universal access to enterprise-grade video conferencing to B2B or B2C at the highest quality, interoperability, reliability and security.

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