Bring Your A Game To Enterprise Connect 2015

What are you looking forward to the most at Enterprise Connect 2015? It’s well known as one of the greatest conferences in the world for enterprise collaboration professionals to connect and learn from the greatest innovators in our industry. We’re going to see some great keynotes and break-out sessions for sure, but what is it that you’re bringing to the table?

You should always go into a conference ready to share something as well as answer the lingering questions that your organization has about enterprise communication.


I’ve been working for a video software and analytics company called Vyopta Incorporated for about 3 solid months now (wow), and in this short time I have a newfound appreciation for enterprise collaboration and communication. First I was a new user (awkwardly positioning my camera and fumbling for the mute button) and now I’m an advocate. Vyopta not only talks the talk, but walks the walk with video communication, inside and outside of the organization. Vyopta will be attending Enterprise Connect this year and we are excited to learn from our industry peers and share something that will change the way you think about collaboration.

For starters, we’re all-in on video communication. We know from experience that video conferencing is the most effective means of communication for enterprises today. But we also know that video poses a problem for many IT administrators out there who, like us, want to maximize utilization and grow video adoption. We are advocates for video but we especially advocate for the IT teams working to optimize and manage their massive video environments efficiently.


Here’s what we’re bringing to the table at Enterprise Connect 2015. We have recently launched a new type of analytics product made to help video IT manage one of the largest, most widely used collaboration platforms on the planet: Cisco WebEx™


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This is the first ever analytics tool designed solely to help IT managers and collaboration professionals manage the costs associated with WebEx™, grow utilization, and drive adoption with insights into large WebEx environments.

There are multiple costs associated with WebEx including:

  • Audio costs
  • Host Licenses
  • Storage costs
  • Other licenses like Events and Training


This tool pulls the data from your network into one dashboard allowing you to see utilization, usage trends, active vs. registered hosts, and top users within your organization. Does your support team use WebEx more or your sales team? Who among them is using WebEx the most and how effective are they when using it? These are the questions that Analytics for WebEx can help you answer, and even better, give you some peace of mind that your company is getting maximum ROI on their WebEx spend.

If you’re one of the lucky attendees at Enterprise Connect 2015, you can see the tool first hand with a free demo at our booth(s). We’ll be at Cisco booth (#1205) and Pexip booth (#2021).

A Little Secret

We have another tool that we’re very excited to show you, but I can’t talk about it until Enterprise Connect! I can give you a small hint however: It’s the first monitoring tool of it’s kind, built to handle complex video environments today with multiple layers of complexity for unified communications, software and hardware video endpoints.

Any guesses?

I urge you to stop by and check out a demo of these products or even sign up for a free trial at the show. Come prepared to mingle at Enterprise Connect 2015! If you’d like to schedule some time to speak with us, we’re more than happy to grab a coffee! Contact us at [email protected]. See you in Orlando!