Cloud Video Conferencing | Lifesize Cloud Product Tour

| May 21, 2014

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The Lifesize Cloud video conferencing system lets everyone simply and instantly have real-life meetings.

Lifesize Cloud is designed to work the way you work—from group video calls to document sharing and even audio calls, we've got you covered. Call anyone instantly for an impromptu call, or jump into a scheduled meeting by selecting a virtual meeting room. Simply scroll through the alphabetized shared company directory and with one quick click, you're in a video call. With this cloud-based video conferencing solution, you can add up to 25 people to create a group video call. With the flexibility to pick up the call on any device, Lifesize Cloud helps you work smarter by working the way you work. At Lifesize, we call this combination of quality and freedom, the connected experience.
Cloud-based video conferencing is the hottest new trend in the video conferencing industry. At Lifesize, we refused to settle with producing just another cloud system. High quality video calls can be made from a conference room, sales desk, home office, or even on the go. Lifesize Cloud allows users to make video calls and connect together from virtually any device—even a smartphone!

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