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  • Poly Headset Solutions For Education

    In this resource, learn about a line of headsets from Poly that are designed with students in mind. Plus, find out how they help you navigate the process of planning, deploying, and maintaining adoption.

  • Four Key Challenges Of Enabling Digital Learning—And How Poly Can Help

    Right now, the educational sector is in a fierce uphill battle. Disparate students, teachers and resources and outdated or ineffective technology are all contributing to a remote learning curve that, without the right solutions, can prove quite steep. Use this e-book to educate yourself on 4 remote learning challenges and how to tackle them.

  • The “New Normal” Redefines Education

    Education has been forever changed, and the technology used for driving remote learning is changing, too. Integrated laptop and computer cameras and speakers have worked for some, but poor audio and video quality can negatively impact learning going forward. See this data sheet to explore future-proof video hardware for remote education.

  • Poly Solutions For Education

    Today, many schools are looking to a “hybrid” approach, with educators teaching a mix of students in the classroom and students at home. To be successful, they must have the right tools. In this white paper, learn how Poly solutions can help educators and student by brining high quality audio, video and content sharing into the classroom and home.

  • The Future Of Work Is Video-Enabled

    This informative guide explores the role of video collaboration in today's changing business landscape.

  • Helping The Business Work Smarter, Not Harder

    This informative guide explores three ways IT can bolster productivity with video-based collaboration.

  • Recommended Best Security Practices for Unified Communications

    Unified Communications (UC) can be viewed as another set of data and protocols utilizing IP networks. From a security perspective, it is very similar to other IP data services. This document describes the security issues that organizations should consider as they deploy UC, and offers Polycom's recommendations for implementing secured UC.

  • Cloud-Based Services Accelerate Public Sector Adoption of Video Collaboration

    The cloud is growing as a choice for government at all levels and globally. Why? Two big reasons: budget cuts and a need to streamline operations to provide more innovative, efficient services to a demanding, increasingly tech-savvy public.

  • More Scale at Lower Cost with Scalable Video Coding

    The demand for personal video for organizational communication is growing rapidly. By 2015, over 200 million workers globally will run corporate-supplied video conferencing from their desktops.

  • “How Will the Migration from IPv4 to IPv6 Impact Voice and Visual Communication?”

    This white paper discusses the video solutions available today and provide a snapshot of the current video market.

  • Maximizing ROI with the Microsoft-Polycom Unified Communications Solution

    This whitepaper, aimed strategic decision makers, will discuss how you can reduce telephony costs, maximize your ROI and improve your business collaboration and communication activities.

  • Business-Grade Video Conferencing for SMBs

    In this paper, uncover the benefits of video conferencing for small and mid-size organizations while highlighting use cases for specific industries and personnel.

  • Polycom Solutions for Microsoft UC Environments

    Read how Polycom empowers Microsoft Unified Communications with a full suite of HD voice, video, telepresence and infrastructure solutions; Allowing organizations to increase productivity, reduce costs and unify dispersed teams.

  • Microsoft and Polycom Strategic Alliance

    Learn how Microsoft and Polycom deliver a complete and interoperable end-to-end UC solution that addresses key business challenges like total cost of ownership (TCO), productivity, efficiency, and team collaboration.

  • Maximizing ROI with the Microsoft-Polycom UC Solution

    Read how Microsoft and Polycom’s partnership offers customers an end-to-end, fully interoperable unified communications (UC) solution that combines real-time instant messaging, voice, video, and data to lower business costs, improve productivity, and achieve a faster return on investments (ROI).

  • ROI in Action: How Polycom’s global collaboration network benefits the bottom line

    Polycom’s intensified reliance on an enterprise-wide collaboration environment allows employees, partners, suppliers and even customers to engage one another through any combination of voice and video communications, content sharing, presence awareness and instant messaging. Read on to learn exactly how these features are used and the ROI achieved.

  • Presentation Transcript: Driving Collaboration Efficiency - H.264 High Profile

    Polycom continues bringing leading-edge, standards-based technologies to visual communication. This is an advantage that resonates across all applications and industries.  Read this transcript to learn how Less Delivers Much More!

  • Driving Collaboration Efficiency - H.264 High Profile

    Polycom continues bringing leading-edge, standards-based technologies to visual communication. This is an advantage that resonates across all applications and industries.  View this webcast to learn how Less Delivers Much More!

  • Polycom UC Intelligent Core: Scalable Infrastructure for Distributed Video

    Video is leaving the dedicated video conference room and becoming a standard communication tool and part of the individual's daily workflow. In turn, this trend is having a profound impact on the scalability requirements of the visual communication system.

  • H.264 High Profile Calculator

    With the first and only H.264 High Profile implementation for real-time video, customers can immediately begin saving on bandwidth costs—up to 50%! Use the Quick Savings Calculators below to see how High Profile can reduce your bandwidth requirements and lower costs on your telepresence network.

  • H.264 High Profile: The Next Big Thing in Visual Communications

    With the first and only H.264 High Profile implementation for real-time video, customers can immediately begin saving on bandwidth costs—up to 50%! Read a technical overview of the H.264 High Profile standard, including the history of H.264 and the recent advancements to and benefits of the technology.

  • Hosted VoIP Savings Calculator

    To see how much your company can save by implementing a Hosted VoIP solution, try this free, easy-to-use tool that requires just a few user inputs to quickly assess your potential savings. Businesses can now visualize the immediate and long-term cost savings and have a sound financial validation for moving forward with Hosted VoIP.

  • Videoconferencing Adoption by SMBs-- The Next Big Thing

    As companies look for ways to survive during a tough economy, small and medium sized businesses are discovering the benefits of virtual collaboration through video conferencing. And now, advances in technology and price are accelerating this trend.

  • Seeing is Believing: The Value of Video Collaboration

    Many companies are talking about the advantages of video conferencing. But what results can you expect? How much more productivity will you see? What does the boost to collaboration look like? Which business units benefit most? Get the answers here.

  • The Power of Collaboration within Unified Communications

    This white paper shares practical perspectives on preparing a business case for collaboration tools within Unified Communications, as well as offering best practice approaches for ensuring the successful adoption - and maximum contribution - of collaboration applications in your enterprise.

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