Tag: product review

  • Using Google Inbox

    Using Google Inbox

    I am always willing to try something new.  Sometimes that has been a curse (like being 20 years ahead of the videoconferencing curve) but sometimes it has been a blessing in that I occasionally find a gem that I never expected to find before anyone else.   Google’s Inbox is a gem.  (Albeit one with […]

  • Bryan Hellard Reviews: Fuzebox

    According to the salesman, FuzeBox licenses from Vidyo its SVC (which he called Scalable Video Codec not coding) but uses something different for audio. That was immediately apparent because there were no audio issues during the call and I used my webcam’s microphone and desktop speakers. Ease of use Unfortunately, I was not given Host […]

  • Bryan Hellard Reviews: Zoom.us

      Zoom.us It’s not often that I am really, really impressed with a product. This is one of those times. Ease of Use Zoom.us required a small download from their website to get started. The only slightly unfortunate thing is that the product requires a login using credentials from either Facebook or Google, for reasons […]

  • Bryan Hellard Reviews: EasyMeeting

    EasyMeeting  EasyMeeting appears to be built around Radvision’s Scopia mobile product. You are required to actually use the Scopia Mobile iPad app to use it. It’s unknown if Radvision’s acquisition by Avaya will have any effect on the product as I am unsure of any relationship between EasyMeeting and Radvision. Ease of use Yeah, it’s […]