SAN DIEGO, May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Online services innovator Nefsis® today published a white paper entitled "Five
"Regardless of your industry, if these success factors are met, the foundation exists for easy, high-quality, secure video conferencing by anyone, anywhere in their work environment, thus maximizing the likelihood of long-term success of your video conferencing investment," said Steven Peltier, Nefsis Chief Executive Officer.
Today, millions of people use video conferencing for inter-office meetings, sales, employee and customer training, distributed project teams, and telemedicine, just to name a few leading applications. In addition, consumer online services such as Skype and Apple® FaceTime™ have dramatically expanded video conferencing awareness and increased the number of video-savvy users in the workplace. While the scope of video conferencing has evolved, so have the key factors for success – today there is more to it than just ease of use and cost. The complete spectrum includes:
"As more businesses explore the benefits of video conferencing, they should research the five critical success factors. Missing even just one factor could mean the difference between productive online meetings and success, or stymied adoption," added Peltier.
To download a copy of the paper, "Five Key Factors for Success with Your Business Video Conferencing System," click here: http://www.nefsis.com/pdf/nefsis-five-factors-for-success.pdf. For a free 14-day trial of Nefsis Professional, visit Nefsis.com.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, Nefsis is a technology specialist in video conferencing software and cloud computing online services. The Company's global cloud provides multipoint HD video and advanced collaboration tools to business, government and educational customers in more than 45 countries worldwide. As compared to previous generations of infrastructure hardware solutions such as video routers, MCUs and gateways, the Nefsis cloud-based offering is less expensive, automatically maintained, and easier to expand.
For more information, please visit http://www.nefsis.com or call +1 (858) 715-0970 in the Americas or +44 (0) 870 224 0415 in the UK and Europe.
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