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And the winner is …

by Brian Beasley in Cloud, Lifesize, Partnership, Products, Technology
Applying for a product award is in some ways like purchasing a lottery ticket. You know the odds of winning are long and not in your favor, but you feel compelled because maybe, just once … Of course, winning a product award is different than purchasing a winning lottery ticket because there’s human judgment involved. Still, the feelings and emotions are similar. Naturally, the bigger the…

Competitive Edge: Blue Jeans and the “Meet Me” Model

by Brian Beasley in Streaming and Recording, Cloud, Features, Industry, Lifesize, Miscellaneous, People, Products, Technology, Trends
I’ve been reading a lot of articles and blogs about hosted alternatives to traditional on-premises video conferencing. Some solutions take a “meet-me” approach, like Blue Jeans, and while it’s clear that cloud alternatives to video conferencing are emerging as the preferred implementation, I find myself wondering, How much real innovation is going on here?  Scheduling a video conference,…

Lifesize Enables Skype Video Conferencing

by Brian Beasley in Lifesize, Microsoft, Partnership, Products, Skype, Technology
When your team is together in the same place and needs to meet another party over video, you’ll want to do it in a meeting room with a large display , not with everyone squished around a laptop. The Lifesize Icon Flex helps you extend the experience of your desktop application in your meeting room and ensures that the participant on the other side can see and hear you all clearly. Designed…

What’s New in Lifesize Cloud: Six New Updates

by Brian Beasley in Technology
What a difference a year makes! In January 2014, Lifesize was a hardware-centric company with a vision to remake ourselves as a SaaS provider, centering our product portfolio and road map around a cloud solution that was still in development. In May 2014, we launched Lifesize ® Cloud, and the transformation began. Customer acceptance was tremendous, and feature requests rolled in. Every few…
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