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Lifesize Cloud Debuts

By Craig Galbraith
May 21, 2014 - News

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Logitech’s Lifesize is out with what it calls the first and only service to provide a connected experience to anyone using smartphones, tablets, laptops and conference rooms.

Dubbed Lifesize Cloud, the solution is delivered as a software as a service (SaaS).

Unlike competitive offerings, including costly traditional on-premises video solutions, free consumer applications, and “meet-me" Web and video services, Lifesize Cloud enables natural communication instantly or scheduled and is purpose-built for organizations of all sizes to implement an affordable, simple and scalable video conferencing solution with little to no need for IT involvement, the company said.

“The demand for video communication in business is skyrocketing, driven primarily by free, consumer-focused applications," said Craig Malloy, founder and chief executive officer of Lifesize. “As a result, users now expect to have the same simple experience in the office, connected across laptops and mobile devices. Lifesize delivers a way to completely, cost-effectively and efficiently enable every person in your company with the highest quality video collaboration."

Lifesize sells through channel partners.

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