Resource Center - White Papers
The newest best practices that will change the way your office does business.
Videoconferencing for Small and Medium Rooms
Today, technology is changing the collaborative potential of group meeting spaces. Nowhere is this more evident than in small and medium conference rooms. See how Intel®, Logitech, and Bsquare together simplify videoconferencing.
Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Unified Communication
If you are an IT decision maker managing or evaluating a UC deployment, see the full analysis of what Gartner has to say in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications. Read more.
Choosing the Right Headset for Business Use: Cost and Performance Matters
In this newly published whitepaper, Frost & Sullivan outlines the trends in headset use for businesses today and into the future; discusses the benefits headsets provide, especially as more employees rely on PC-based communications; offers insight into the pitfalls of using a low-quality device; and delivers best practices for ensuring that even small headset investments deliver maximum bang for the buck. Download the Frost & Sullivan Whitepaper now.
Focus on User Experience and Quality to Drive Softphone Adoption
According to Gartner, organizations should plan for UC users to be able to communicate using a range of devices. See the full scope of what Gartner has to say in "Focus on User Experience and Quality to Drive Softphone Adoption". Access the report.
Accelerate UC Adoption with an End User-Oriented Approach
A well-implemented and full-featured UC platform can yield benefits for the enterprise and end user alike. Unfortunately, in reality most enterprises have yet to implement a full-featured UC platform. In fact, only 23% of IT Decision makers today report that they have deployed a complete UC feature set to the majority of their users. The fastest path to a cost effective and full-featured UC environment may be found by focusing more on your end user’s behavior and work habits than on the underlying technology. Read more
Personal Collaboration in the Meeting Room
Meeting rooms are evolving; the number of small and medium size meeting rooms are expected to increase by 48% and 41% respectively over the next 24 months. Be among the first to hear new research that highlights today's conference room usage trends and related best-practices. Read more.
Aiming to increase UC adoption? Look to Video.
Software-based desktop video conferencing client licenses are expected to more than double over the next four years, reaching 47.7 million client licenses sold by 2017. Be among the first to hear new research that highlights ways to increase UC user adoption inside your company. Download the Frost & Sullivan Whitepaper now.
Video Collaboration for every Office
What’s the difference between a Road Warrior and an Executive webcam user? Frost & Sullivan identifies the most prevalent tech personalities in your workplace and offers tailored web conferencing solutions to fit their diverse needs. Read more
High-quality Collaboration Tools, Low Price Point
Desktop video conferencing is an affordable alternative to high-end systems that can drive collaboration and maximize return on investment. But before you make a purchase decision, evaluate your options so you know you’re getting the right tools for your business. Read more
Better than Built-in
Compare the benefits of embedded and external webcams to see what best suits your business needs. Once you’ve made a purchase, Logitech also provides detailed information for setting up and performing a quality evaluation in a controlled test environment. Read more.
Profiting from Video Collaboration
By 2015, more than 200 million workers worldwide will run corporate-supplied video conferencing systems from their desktops. Network World’s research predicts the rise of Unified Communications and significant financial benefits for the workplace. See what it means for your business. Read more
AVC and Webcam Performance
Advanced Video Coding reached a breakthrough with the new H.264 standard. Find out how H.264 impacts your business’s online collaboration, as well as how you can incorporate new workplace tools to ensure your office benefits from this advancing technology.