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 telephone. It’s called 23 conferencing, because these virtual rooms have a 6-code alias with the first two numbers being 2 and 3. So an example might be 231234. Curious? Watch the recording, which is linked below.
|View the webinar recording for “Using Pexip and Lync for 23 Conferencing.”|
In this webinar, we covered:
- how to create a video bridge in Pexip
- what things you can do in a conference
- what a conference looks like from both the host and the participant perspective
- best practices for conferencing
These links were shared during the webinar for additional information:
- What is a “23” video bridge conference (Pexip Virtual Meeting Room)?
- IU Collaboration Technologies
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