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2016 Edition: The Real Cost of Cisco WebEx

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Posted by Jacob Borgeson Jul 21, 2016

Cisco WebEx is a big deal in the video conferencing world, but the amount of questions and uncertainty around how much how much Cisco WebEx actually costs on a yearly basis is staggering. We posted this article regarding the real cost of Cisco WebEx and over the course of a year, we’ve seen it generate tons of page views, social shares, and partner interest (thank you)!

So, you want it? You got it! Here are the latest and greatest updates and changes to the operational costs of Cisco WebEx as a video conferencing solution.

We’ll cover:

  1. A three part cost breakdown
  2. New pricing
  3. Competitive product updates
  4. Updates to CMR Integration Costs
  5. Updates New Addition of CMRs
  6. Total Cisco WebEx Cost Breakdown
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DeBunking “The Shift To Cloud” In The Video Conferencing Market

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Posted by Katey Ferenzi Jul 19, 2016

“The shift to cloud” is household phrase these days. It’s cool, it’s innovative, and (in most cases) it’s happening. However, in the video conferencing market, this phrase is being stretched and bent by popular publications just enough to spawn assumptions.

Yes, it’s really exciting to think there is a major upset about to happen in the near future, but it’s unlikely.

Let’s debunk any misinterpretations you may have what's happening with on-premise vs. cloud-based video conferencing solutions by taking a look at the facts, shall we?

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Top 20 Unified Communications Influencers You Should Be Following On Twitter

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Posted by Allison Smith Jun 07, 2016

Social media is one of the best ways to make sure your up on the latest trends in your industry, get time saving tips, make a name for yourself, and connect with thought leaders. It may seem like a pain, but a well curated Twitter feed can help cut through the noise so you can tune in to key learnings from conferences like Infocomm, Enterprise Connect, and ATA without having to leave your chair. Also, finding out about new product updates and industry changes will start coming to you, rather than needing to do a ton of research. 

To get you jump-started (or fine-tune who you're following), we've curated a list of key Twitter influencers of video conferencing technology companies, collaboration industry analysts, and unified communications architects. In fact, this post serves as a kuddos from Vyopta. We feel that each of them share thoughtful analysis and solutions to issues within unified communication.

So again, no more noise. Feel free to follow them all! 

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Infocomm 2016: A Video Conferencing Professional's Guide

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Posted by Blake McGee Jun 02, 2016

This is going to be a great year for Infocomm, we can feel it. Not only will Vyopta be in Vegas, but there are going to be so many opportunities to learn from the best in the unified communications & collaboration industry. However, if you didn’t know, Infocomm is the largest A/V event in the world. Yes, it’s a blast, but it can be a bit “noisy” for video conferencing professionals. There are too many sessions to count and everyone is going to try and grab a little of your time.

We’ve been doing some heavy research for you. In this post you’ll find a list of sessions we’ve hand picked specifically for video conferencing professionals.

I know, I know. We’re so thoughtful.

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Mini Guide: Cut Through the Red Tape of Telemedicine Reimbursement

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Posted by Katey Ferenzi May 03, 2016

Yes, the global healthcare market is undergoing rapid growth. Yet, many physicians are struggling to cut through the red tape required to facilitate telemedicine as part of their practice. Telemedicine as a practice adds new layers of complexity to day-to-day businesses operations, and is currently a “necessary evil” of sorts. Medical care provided digitally is required to be of the same caliber as in-person care. In order to offer competitive services and get paid, physicians need to implement new systems, processes, and produce hard data and reporting to ensure compliance and streamline operations for their patients and practices.

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