Cloud Video Conferencing

Simple, Affordable and Scalable Video Collaboration in the Cloud

Cloud-based technology continues to drive positive change in the way organizations communicate, especially when it comes to video. With AGT’s cloud video conferencing service, challenges such as complexity, infrastructure costs and interoperability are eliminated. Simply sign up for an account and collaborate via video on any device, anywhere.

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Agnostic is Our Middle Name

A major advantage of choosing AGT as your cloud video services provider is that we have been in the video business for over 20 years. Name an endpoint, technology, protocol or type of conference room and we have used it, installed it, sold it or supported it. It is in that spirit that our cloud video conferencing service is purpose-built for mixed infrastructures. A sampling of our interoperability capabilities includes:

  • Mixed Video Systems: Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, Sony, Logitech
  • Desktops and Laptops: Mac, PC
  • Web Browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer
  • Tablets & Smartphones: iOS, Android, Microsoft
Video-Conferencing-as-a-Service

Video-Conferencing-as-a-Service, also known as Video-as-a-Service or simply VaaS, is a service model that allows you to experience high-quality video collaboration on any device, anywhere. This model is the path AGT has chosen to deliver its cloud video service, offering end users and resellers an interoperable service that requires zero investment in hardware and is available via a simple monthly fee. Contact us to learn more about Video-as-a-Service.

Benefits of Video-as-a-Service
  • Lower total cost of ownership
  • High level of interoperability
  • Increased productivity
  • Reduced travel costs
  • Improved collaboration
  • Competitive advantage
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“As both a technology developer and service provider AGT brings a unique skill set to the market. Prospective customers and partners will find in AGT a tightly focused partner with the ability to equally support single or multi-vendor traditional and next generation video conferencing solutions.”

>Rob Arnold, Principal Analyst, Frost & Sullivan