May 7, 2014

Skype is a freemium voice-over-IP service and instant messaging client, currently owned and developed by the Microsoft Skype Division. The name was derived from the words “sky” and “peer”. Skype was first released in August 2003.

The big problem with using Skype for business is that Skype was never really intended for Business use. Skype is a consumer service that offers consumer quality video chat service aimed at personal use. If you are talking to your grandmother on her laptop at home than Skype is perfectly fine. You can accept the below average voice and video quality and even learn to live with the freezing and scrambled video and degraded and choppy audio quality. Skype has numerous Video Call Quality Issues and that means big problems for Business Customers. If you are on a Business Video conference call and are in discussion of serious and sensitive issue than sub standard quality is simply unacceptable.

This is where enterprise class video conferencing solutions come in and where Video Conferencing Solutions like Radvision by Avaya and LifeSize by LogiTech really shine. If you goal is crystal clear Video Conferencing that can supplement or even replace face to face meeting than you should like into a professional grade video solution. Video Conferencing Apps for iPhone and Android will allow members of your organization, potential clients, existing customers and business partners participate in standards-based video conference calls.

Ideal for executive offices, small workspaces and home offices, Tele-Dynamics video conference systems features 1080p HD video displays that deliver true HD quality video resolution for a crystal clear and lifelike interactive meeting experience. Contact Tele-Dynamics today to explore the possibilities of a premium video conferencing solution.

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