White Papers

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Session Border Controllers and Videoconferencing
    
Using a Field-Proven Solution to Simplify and Improve Multi-Vendor Conferencing Environments
Posted: 15 Aug 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Lecture Capture Deployment Models
    
Posted: 15 Jun 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Impacting Your Business Drivers
    
A Framework for CIOs and Decision Makers Considering Unified Communications
Posted: 10 Jun 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Matching Distance Education and e-Learning Technologies to Pedagogical Goals
End user guide to identifying how to match the technology to the educational application
Posted: 1 Apr 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Evaluation: 8x8’s Virtual Office Pro VoIP and Unified Communications Solution
    
Posted: 1 Apr 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Painlessly Monetizing Online Training through Integrated eCommerce
    
Saving Time, Growing Revenues through Integrated Web Conferencing and eCommerce
Posted: 15 Feb 2011 --- Content Type: White Papers
Real World Videoconferencing Success
    
Primary Research into the Achievable Success Rates for Enterprise Videoconferencing
Posted: 10 Dec 2010 --- Content Type: White Papers
Real World Videoconferencing Success
    
Primary Research into the Achievable Success Rates for Enterprise Videoconferencing
Posted: 1 Dec 2010 --- Content Type: White Papers
Evaluation: Polycom’s Implementation of H.264 High Profile
    
WR Investigates Polycom’s Claim of No-Compromise Performance Using up to 50% Less Bandwidth
Posted: 1 Nov 2010 --- Content Type: White Papers
Differentiating Higher Education and Primary / Secondary Applications
The nuances behind why certain technologies “play better” in certain environments based on pedagogy and professional development needs
Posted: 1 Sep 2010 --- Content Type: White Papers

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