UC Video Conferencing Monitoring

Video conferencing plays a critical part in the connection and collaboration success of modern meetings. It puts a face to the voice. 

Know how your video system is performing
24x7

As organisations turn more to video conferencing to reduce travel costs, increase employee’s productivity and build stronger relationships with customers, partners, and suppliers; video conferencing is moving beyond traditional dedicated room systems to BYOD at remote locations.

To realize promised ROI and success of your technology and collaboration outcomes, video and voice quality must meet your employees' expectations. Otherwise, they are hesitant to adopt and use the technology. Video and voice quality are critical to productivity and growth, so understandably the bar is set high.

Benefits of Video Conference Monitoring

  • Be confident user experience is delivered
  • Know how your video system is performing 24x7
  • Confirm video endpoints are operational as expected
  • Know when and why video quality may be degraded before it becomes an issue with users and their important meetings
  • Maximise technology adoption and consumption

Supported platforms

Cisco Video Dashboard Cisco Video End Points
Cisco Video Conferencing
  • Core CUCM infrastructure
  • Telepresence Conductor
  • Telepresence Server (TS) 7xxx / 8xxx
  • Telepresence Content Server (TCS)
  • Telepresence Management Suite (TMS)
  • Telepresence Series Endpoints: C, E, EX, SX, MX, MXP
  • Cisco VCS-C/E
  • Cisco VCS Expressway
  • Cisco Tandberg MCU

Polycom Video Conferencing
  • HDX 4000/4500/6000/7000/8000
  • Group Series (500/700)
  • CMA 5000/4000
  • DMA
  • RMX 2000, RPRM & RPAD
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