Your Video as a Service (VaaS) Provider
iQ Cloud Video as a Service offers Lower TCO with an OPEX Model, with flexible pricing options that are adaptive for your business. With one click access to any device, any browser, any time – the benefits of VaaS are endless, and endpoint agnostic.
Barriers that used to exist are no more.
Overcome cost, location and time lost by travel with Cloud Video. Enterprise grade video that’s essentially on demand and uses existing tools.
Although increasingly popular, you may still have questions about “The Cloud.”
How can it be so flexible and adaptive? Do I still get the same quality as premise based? Will it be too hard to learn?
Below, coupled with research from our VaaS partner Polycom, we dubunk some of the myths that exist on Video in the cloud:
ONCE I COMMIT TO CLOUD VIDEO, I’M LOCKED INTO CLOUD VIDEO
When it comes to videoconferencing, cloud video is hardly an all-or-nothing proposition. With the right cloud video vendor, it can serve as a valuable extension of your existing videoconferencing system, especially for companies who choose to take a hybrid approach to collaboration (e.g., cloud for mobile/desktop and on-premises for rooms or ITP).
CLOUD VIDEO SERVICES” IS A POLITE WAY OF SAYING “LESS THAN ENTERPRISE-GRADE.”
Not true. Choose the right cloud video solution and you receive the same enterprise-grade experience you expect from a traditional enterprise video conferencing system. It’s secure, reliable, high-quality video and content-sharing—it’s just delivered via the cloud instead of on-premises. “
CLOUD VIDEO IS ONLY FOR ON-THE-GO USERS.
Just because your video services come from the cloud doesn’t mean it only works on mobile devices. The right cloud video solution enables face-to-face collaboration for anyone at any time on any device, whether they’re on the road, in the field or at the office.
VIDEO SERVICES COME WITH A STEEP LEARNING CURVE. 4 READY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT POLYCOM-POWERED CLOUD VIDEO SERVICES
Nope. The right cloud video solution is intuitive, easy-to-use and easy-to-deploy. Better yet, it can seamlessly integrate with any tried-and-true video conferencing technology you might already have—from Microsoft, IBM, HP, Cisco and more. In fact, it can often be easier to evolve to cloud video since upgrading and change takes place at the data center, and end users just reap the benefits.