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7 FOLLOW US CDWG.com | 800.808.4239 CDW CLOUD COLLABORATION conferencing available today range from simple desktop tools to high- end telepresence systems that allow participants to feel as though they are actually in the same room as remote conference participants. Web conferencing: Web conferencing allows users to share the display on their computer screens, including documents, presentations, web browsing sessions and active software programs. is makes it useful for everything from collaborative editing to online training. Multimedia conferencing: Multimedia conferencing is the ability to mix and match the above conferencing types, along with streaming video. So a multimedia conference could, for example, include a streaming video in the middle of a slideshow presentation, followed by a live, interactive question-and-answer session. Integration between these tools, however, is important. As noted earlier, launching a voice call from within other collaboration tools can be very useful. It is also helpful to be able to, for example, select the participants from a meeting in a shared calendar and invite them to a multimedia conference session. Most important, collaboration tools must be easy to implement, easy to use and cost-effective to operate. ese qualities help ensure that an organization gets maximum value from its investment in collaboration technology. Decision Factors Organizations should weigh a variety of factors when deciding whether to deploy their collaboration tools in-house or in the cloud. ese factors include the following: Capital resources: ose with limited capital resources or with other projects requiring intensive capital investment may choose to avoid capital spending by adopting a cloud-based collaboration solution. Staff resources: Organizations may opt for a cloud solution in order to For more information or to speak to an experienced cloud collaboration specialist, visit CDWG.com/cloud or call 800.808.4239 today. CDW•G offers a complete cloud collaboration solution that includes desktop and smartphone softphone functionality, basic or advanced call control capabilities, presence, instant messaging, video conferencing, single number reach and more. CDW Cloud Collaboration leverages Cisco's popular technology foundation and runs in CDW's state-of-the-art data center, which is the eighth- largest facility of its kind in the world. Security is maintained with dual-factor authentication --- and unmatched support delivers the level of service organizations require. CDW•G can also manage collaboration resources implemented by an enterprise in-house if a hybrid-cloud solution is needed. avoid burdening their limited internal IT staffs with additional responsibilities. Variable or unpredictable demand: Enterprises that may have to support occasional spikes in demand or that cannot accurately predict future demand may opt for a cloud solution in order to ensure ready access to additional capacity if and when required. Compliance mandates: Organizations may be constrained by regulatory mandates to keep certain types of information within their on-premises data centers. On the other hand, some organizations may be mandated to move some of their systems to the cloud. Cost visibility: Enterprises that require their collaboration tool costs to be highly visible and predictable may choose the cloud's subscription model over an on-premises implementation, which can make the true cost of service delivery difficult to calculate. Location independence: Organizations that need to support users over a broad geographic area, that need to be able to set up new locations quickly (for instance, construction and retail), or that need to be able to rapidly restore operations at another location in the event of a disaster may find the cloud's location independence particularly appealing.
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