Videoconferencing

Mobile apps to use at IU

The best way (as a rule) to interact with an online service on your smartphone or tablet is to use an app designed specifically for that service. University Information Technology Services (UITS) has some app recommendations to help you get the best experience when accessing IU systems. Here’s the rundown. As of February 2, 2017,… Read more »

Using the “23” video bridge at IU via Pexip

We recently sat down with videoconferencing engineer Steve Egyhazi from IU Collaboration Technologies, along with some eager webinar participants, to learn more about the “23” video bridge conference system. IU’s 23 conferencing setup uses Pexip virtual meeting rooms (VMRs) to allow easy access from Microsoft Lync, browsers Chrome and Firefox, Cisco Jabber Video, room systems, and… Read more »

Build an inexpensive conference room

Do you need to build an inexpensive, small conference room to meet with colleagues at other campuses or around the world? Consider starting with the Logitech ConferenceCam CC3000e. With this all-in-one solution, you’ll get a pan-tilt-zoom camera and table-top speakerphone that can be used with all of your favorite Windows and Macintosh conferencing software, including… Read more »

Use Adobe Connect for online meetings

Do you need to conduct online meetings, classes, or webinars? Try IU’s Adobe Connect service. Create your own customized virtual meeting space. Use your computer’s camera and microphone to communicate with your audience while sharing your slides or desktop. Attendees can use text chat to communicate or you can grant them permission to use their… Read more »