Citrix GoToMeeting with HDFaces transforms business collaboration

 

Citrix Systems announced the general availability of
Citrix GoToMeeting with HDFaces, its web conferencing solution, now with
high-definition group video conferencing for up to six attendees.

 

Combining high-definition video, web and audio
conferencing, GoToMeeting with HDFaces enables an
amazing, telepresence-like meeting experience simply using a webcam and an
Internet connection.

 

With the general availability of GoToMeeting with
HDFaces, a rich, integrated collaboration experience is now open to everyone;
one click, users can quickly launch into a new world of natural, real-time
face-to-face collaboration with colleagues, customers and partners, anytime
from anywhere.

 

It’s that easy simple to use, with no set-up required,
GoToMeeting users can now choose to participate in, and experience, a
high-definition, face-to-face meeting. For most people, it’s the next best
thing to collaborating in person.

 

This innovative capability completely transforms virtual
meetings, supporting new ways of working across distributed workgroups and
organizations.

 

GoToMeeting with HDFaces changes the definition of
face-to-face meetings from ‘a place you go’ to ‘a thing you do,” said Brett
Caine, senior vice president and general manager, Online Services Division,
Citrix.

 

That is the essence of our integrated collaboration
vision and the promise of our unique HD experience. Once again, we are changing
the rules in the market, and customers everywhere will win as a result,” Caine
added.

 

Real-time collaboration with web, video and audio
conferencing is enabled in just two simple clicks.

 

All existing GoToMeeting customers and trial users can
now use HDFaces at no additional cost. Existing customers can simply login to
their accounts and click a link to upgrade to HDFaces.

 

Users just need a PC or Mac computer, webcam, Internet
access and GoToMeeting. It is designed for the way everyday businesses operate – enabling impromptu real-time collaboration with its Meet No” feature from
anywhere, without the need of expensive and complex room-based solutions.

 

The video conferencing streams are integrated into the
content screen so attendees can collaborate on shared content and see each
other at the same time without the need to switch between the two.

 

The high-definition video experience combined with user
adjustable zooming and resizing makes the experience easy to use and very
compelling for quick conversations and all day meetings. Now as individuals
present ideas or solicit feedback from their team they can interact as if they
were actually sitting across the table.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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