videoconferencing systems allow 'single' users to take part
in videoconferences from their desks. This allows users
the easiest access to videoconferencing technologies at
the touch of a button, without the need to book specific
devices provide services such as multi-point conferencing
and connectivity to different network types. These functions
are important for getting the most out of your video network,
providing the ability for larger meetings and access to 'legacy'
As well as the 'standard' video networking systems, EDAS also
offer a range of Video Communications Platforms that can be
used to provide the multitude of services available for video
Working Collaborative working
is all about using technology to help people do business.
This can include video communication and electronically
sharing documents. These solutions are geared towards helping
people work in an environment where the video quality is
usually not as important as the content of the documentation
do you need videoconferencing?
If you are not sure what videoconferencing
can do for you and your business, take a look at this short
article on the possible benefits of using videoconferencing
within your company.