Earlier this week, Intel announced its Unite Cloud Service in an attempt to increase the number of choices in the company’s Unite platform.
The company attributed the latest products as attempts to improve productivity during meetings. The company noted that 71 percent of the senior managers are currently stating that meetings are inefficient and unproductive. As the latest services are focused towards creating connected meeting room, members can share contents securely with others in a meeting room which should increase efficiency. Moreover, the service also supports remote users and guests which should improve overall outcome of a meeting in case there are members situated across different places.
Talking about the latest services, Jason Goecke, vice president and general manager of Intel Unite, said, “Intel Unite is in a unique position to unify the collaboration experience for businesses, by providing a common, easy user experience in every collaboration space. The new Intel Unite Cloud Service makes our collaboration vision accessible to organizations of all sizes to have flexibility, convenience and choice when deploying the Intel Unite solution, whether that is in the cloud or on premise.”
According to Intel, as the latest service is built on the company’s vPro platform, it will provide extra security for businesses in case decide to use it. As the companies won’t be required to manage a PIN server if they implement the service, it will cut down business related costs while reducing possible point of failure.
Apart from added security and affordability, the latest service includes support for popular software such as Skype for Business, Cisco WebEx, and Zoom. If you are interested, you can check out pricing and related information of Unite Cloud Service by going here.