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Lifesize Extends Internet Explorer Cloud Offering

Lifesize - Video Conferencing

Lifesize, a division of technology giant Logitech, has announced that it is ending the year with the launch of a huge wave of new capabilities for its Lifesize Cloud video conferencing services.

New services for the system, which was only launched six months ago, will include local dial-in telephone numbers for more than 40 countries, as well as faster and easier access to video conference meetings along with the ability to join calls via web browser Internet Explorer.

Users will also be provided with the capabilities to create Favourites Lists for even faster access to frequently called people, while Windows users will benefit from a Lifesize Chat option via instant message.

For account managers using Lifesize Cloud video conferencing solutions, the new updates will mean the option to refine their ROI analysis by going allowing users even more in-depth into usage specifics via the original Web Console Dashboard.

According to Craig Malloy, chief executive of Lifesize, the company will continue working hard into the new year to ensure that users will have even more flexibility and efficiency.

Malloy has also stated that this impressive and consistent update schedule is helping the firm to grow their rapidly increasing customer base, who require regularly evolving solutions to keep up with technology updates.

He continued: "We’re going into 2015 with a positive outlook and we anticipate it will be an even bigger year for us.”

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