Video conferencing can be a hassle, but with the Polycom Camera, your video conferences will become much easier. Navigating with people who are not in the room via some sort of technology can be tricky. Polycom created a solution called the CX8000 video conferencing room system. The system is powered by Microsoft Lync and it is supported by an optional 360-degree panoramic camera. This allows you to see the entire conference room if you choose.
Laura Marx is the senior director of alliances marketing at Polycom and she had said that, "We’re taking that one-click video experience into the conference room. And the 360-degree camera is really a unique experience. It’s what you would see if you were in the room."
With the support from Microsoft Lync’s touchscreen the Polycom system is able to turn anyone’s screen into a collaboration tool using its ‘Virtual White Boarding’ feature. You can also share apps with the system and change the layout of screen to your liking. The Polycom camera is going to help make the corporate world come together as one.
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