Article, EdTech Digest,
December 20, 2011 —
2012 Prediction: Cloud Takes Video
Conferencing to Ed Markets. Lower cost,
built-in collaboration tools, and high-quality, scalable
video that works over existing Internet connections
are primary drivers.
Article, Credit Union Times,
December 15, 2011 —
Advancial Conferences in Cloud.
Advancial deploys Nefsis video conferencing for online
eWeek, December 2, 2011 —
Logitech Webcams and Nefsis Enable Telepsychiatry Sessions. Secure
Telehealth uses Logitech webcams and Nefsis encrypted video conferencing
connections to help doctors with patients in rural areas who can’t
get to a psychiatrist’s office.
Mobile HiMSS, November 26, 2011 —
Telepsychiatry Gives Patients, Counselors More Access.
"Championed in industries as diverse as the military and the
nation’s prison system, telepsychiatry is one of the fastest
growing uses of telehealth technology."
Chief Learning Officer, November 11, 2011 —
Engage Learning Through Video, the Cloud.
"Training through web-based video platforms in the cloud
can make cutting-edge learning more affordable and engaging
for smaller organizations."
Government Video, November 3, 2011 —
Future of Videoconferencing, Telepresence in the Clouds.
Nefsis makes previously required infrastructure components disappear into the
cloud, making multipoint HD video conferencing affordable and easy to expand.
Information Week, October 31, 2011 —
2 Reasons Videoconferencing Remains a Niche,
and how Nefsis cloud computing technology is tackling the last
remaining obstacles to widespread business adoption. “The
case for video is compelling; and with the new breed of cloud video
services, implementation couldn’t be easier.”
Constructech, October 25, 2011 —
Enhanced Video Conferencing. Westech
Engineering selects Nefsis cloud-based video conferencing
for remote offices and customer architectural, engineering,
and construction (AEC) online project management reviews.
Read Case Study
Campus Technology, October 19, 2011 —
Wright State Delivers Group Treatment via Cloud-Based
Video Conferencing. Nefsis web-based access, high
video frame rates, and multiparty capabilities enable group
sessions among participants using exclusively American Sign
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Healthcare Technology Online, October
12, 2011 — Cloud-Based Video Conferencing
Cuts Ticket Price to Telemedicine. New technology
eliminates infrastructure costs and simplifies video conferencing,
making it easily accessible to any-sized healthcare concern,
remote clinic, and psychiatric practice.
Training Magazine, October 3, 2011 —
Case Study: Alpha Pro Turns to Video Conferencing. “What
happens when your business depends on in-classroom training, but scalability
is halted due to travel budgets?” Here's how Alpha Pro met this
challenge using Nefsis high-quality video and live sharing tools to power
online training programs for their customers.
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Behavioral Healthcare, October Issue, 2011 —
Idaho Behavioral Health Optimizes Med Management Visits
Using Telehealth. Nefsis technology powers online video
conferencing to reduce no-shows and save physician time.
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Courts Today, September 16
(August/September Issue), 2011 —
Video, Web Conferencing Technologies Helping Clear Up Escalating
Caseloads. “The cloud-based approach is much more
affordable and operates over existing networks.”
Wall Street Technology Association
TICKER, September 13, 2011 —
Cloud Computing Breathes New Life into Video
Conferencing. “Cloud computing and virtualization
provide load balancing, failover, and scalability, providing a
better fit with today’s IT management strategies for providing
and maintaining business-critical services.”
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Product Review, Cloud News Daily,
September 8, 2011 — Nefsis Video Conferencing.
"The video collaboration portion of Nefsis appears to be
flawless, that is, it just works...Nefsis really shines when it
comes to sharing other media."
Article, Fierce Enterprise
Communications, September 8, 2011 — Nefsis Scores
Customer Win with TeleHealth's Telepsychiatry Rollout.
Product Review, Tom's IT Pro, September
7, 2011 — A Comparison: Two Affordable Telepresence
Services. "The evolution of IP-based communications technologies,
combined with falling connectivity prices and the rise of the cloud
deployment model, have brought high quality videoconferencing within
the grasp of most businesses."
Article/Blog Post, Cloud News Daily, August
12, 2011 — The Cloud Storms Another Product Category:
HD Video Conferencing. Cloud computing lowers the total
cost of video conferencing and makes it easier to expand.
Case Study, Search CIO Midmarket, August
10, 2011 — Alpha Pro Solutions Deploys Nefsis for Online Customer
Training, conquering travel budgets and tight economy.
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Case Study, Health Business Blog, August 2, 2011 —
Telepsychiatry in the Cloud. Care Partners of
Georgia and Secure Telehealth select Nefsis for secure video
conferencing to improve psychiatric services in rural markets.
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Podcast, Health Business Blog, July 28, 2011 — Cloud-Based
Video Conferencing for Telemedicine,
by David E. Williams. The cloud's lower cost and expanded reach
enables more telemedicine, telepsychiatry, and remote clinic
Listen to Podcast
Article/Blog Post, Cloud Computing
Topics, July 21, 2011 — Cloud Computing
and QoS Compatibility for Business Video Conferencing,
by Allen Drennan, Nefsis CTO.
Case Study, Credit Union Journal, July
18, 2011 — Connect The Spots: Tech
Keeps Far-Flung Staff in Touch, by Kevin Jepson.
Advancial Credit Union successfully uses Nefsis video conferencing in branch
offices across four states.
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Product Announcement, Network Computing, July
15, 2011 — Nefsis Delivers Video
Conferencing Infrastructure From the Cloud. New quality
of service (QoS), network diagnostics, and dynamic video coding
complete IT toolkit for managing video conference traffic.
Case Study, Civil Engineering News, pg. 40, July, 2011
— Face-to-Face in the Cloud.
This case study explores how GEI uses Nefsis cloud-based video
conferencing for interoffice meetings, training programs, and
online committee meetings.
Product Announcement, HD Voice News,
July 4, 2011 — Nefsis Launches
Next-Gen VoIP Audio Engine for B2B Video Conferencing.
The new VoIP engine offers improved acoustic echo cancellation
and handles different latency times among multiple participants.
Blog Post, The PBX Blog, July 2, 2011
— Nefsis Cloud Video.
Nefsis has, in effect, pushed video conferencing into a cloud
model of SaaS service.
Article, Credit Union Management, July, 2011
— Video Conferencing 2.0.
The 'Management Network' column covers the new, cloud-based
approach to video conferencing and its benefits for credit
unions and branch office networks.
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Product Announcement, Network World,
June 24, 2011 — Nefsis Offers Video
and Collaboration in the Cloud. Nefsis announced a new
online software-based VoIP engine as part of its HD video
conferencing cloud, designed to give multiple participants the
ability to speak at the same time with improved audio
performance during online video meetings.
Product Announcement, Fierce VoIP,
June 22, 2011 — Nefsis Debuts
Next-Gen VoIP Audio Engine with Full-Duplex, Multiparty
Capabilities. New engine released to the Nefsis
video conferencing cloud continuously adapts to the networking
environment producing a superior audio experience regardless
of the number of participants in a conference.
Article, Government Video, June 21, 2011
— University Picks Nefsis' Online
Services. The DODA program at Wright State University
in Ohio implements Nefsis cloud-based video conferencing. Security,
desktop reach, and multipoint capabilities key.
Article, Credit Union Times Online,
June 8, 2011 —
Credit Unions, Leagues Leverage Video
Conferencing, by Natasha Chilingerian. Nefsis customer
Texas Partners Credit Union and others are using video conferencing
to save time and travel expense. Recent advances in technology
make it easier and less expensive than ever to implement.
Article, Unified Communications, June 1, 2011 — Five
Key Factors to Success in Videoconferencing, by Allen Drennan, CTO Nefsis. The evolving technology
of video conferencing is creating new key factors for success in the industry today.
Blog Post/Q&A, ShoeStringVenture, May
31, 2011 — Nefsis: Big Business Quality
for SMBs. What Salesforce.com did for CRM, Nefsis cloud computing
is doing for video conferencing — making it easy, secure, and
affordable for small business.
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Article, AV Technology, May, 2011 —
Seeing is Believing, by AVT
Staff. Wright State University and the Deaf Off Drugs and
Alcohol program (DODA) successfully use Nefsis video
conferencing to connect patients geographically scattered around
Study (PDF Reprint)
Article, InfoTech Spotlight, May 16, 2011 —
Nefsis Enhances Cloud-Based Solution,
offering much lower financial risk than multipoint video conferencing
Product Review, Enterprise Networking Planet, May 6, 2011 —
Nefsis Delivers HD Video Conferencing to the Desktop.
"If you're looking for a cloud-based provider of telepresence-style desktop videoconferencing —
i.e. something that provides very high quality — add Nefsis to the list of possibles."
Article, AV Technology Online, April 26, 2011 —
Conquering Barriers to Videoconferencing
Adoption, by Allen Drennan, Nefsis CTO.
Interview, Virtual Strategy Magazine, April 29, 2011 —
Q&A with Nefsis. "Why video
conferencing in the cloud? Because it is less expensive and
easier to expand."
Network World Fave Raves, April 25, 2011 —
What IT Pros Like in Their Own Words.
Nefsis included among 22 picks in this year's roundup.
“It's easy to install, use and manage. ... The quality of
video and audio exceeded our expectations, and its ability to
accommodate high-end camera feeds through computers was a big
Network World Fave Raves 2011
Podcast, Unified Communications Edge, March 30, 2011 —
HD Video Conferencing and the Cloud, by Carl
Weinschenk. “Cloud computing scales as necessary to meet IT challenges.”
Unified Communications Edge Podcast
Product Review, Small Cloud Builder, March 25, 2011 —
Nefsis Reviewed, by Matt Smollinger. “Nefsis
has a lot of bells and whistles. We'll start off with the biggest
one: HD Video.”
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Article, Chicago Tribune, February 2, 2011 —
The City That Works — Even in a Blizzard. With
high-tech help, including Nefsis video conferencing.
Article, Unified Communications
Magazine, February 1, 2011 —
Five Obstacles to Growth in the Videoconferencing
Industry, by Allen Drennan, Nefsis CTO.
Article, TMCnet.com, October 21, 2010 —
Nefsis: Wider Customer Adoption of HD-capable Webcams. Nefsis
customer trends mark an industry turning point: high quality video conferencing
online services at prices far below stand alone systems.
Product Review, eWeek, October 20, 2010 —
Nefsis Basic Allows Free Web Collaboration.
Andrew Garcia reviews Nefsis Basic and Nefsis Professional,
providing three pages of details covering advanced video
settings (720p), media sharing and more.
Customer Press Release — October 14, 2010 —
Providence College Deploys eProv, a Nefsis-Powered
Distance Learning System. The College selected and
deployed Nefsis as its technology platform for video
conferencing and remote student participation.
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Article, TechZone 360, October 1, 2010 —
Nefsis Introduces Online Meeting Service. New
online service allows independent contractors and other small
office owners to collaborate with clients and colleagues through
secure meetings over the web.
Article, Unified Communications Strategies, September 28, 2010 —
Introducing Free Version of Online Video Conferencing
for Small Business. Nefsis closes the gap between
ease-of-use in web conferencing and high-quality video
in standalone systems.
Article, InformationWeek, September 28, 2010 —
Nefsis Offers Free Video Conferencing Service Nefsis Basic.
The free, entry-level service may interest freelancers,
contractors, entrepreneurs and telecommuters.
Article, The Arizona Republic, September 15, 2010 —
Surprise Fire Department uses Nefsis for Remote Training. The
benefits of video conferencing include reduced cross-town driving and easier
scheduling without the burden of personnel leaving the stationhouse.
Article, EC Magazine, June 9, 2010 —
Doctor on Call. Telemedicine and video
conferencing are becoming more prevalent, particularly in
bringing medical care to rural areas.
BBC Event, Shoreditch, UK, March 18, 2010 —
Nefsis-Powered Video Wall at BBC SuperPower Nation Day. SuperPower
Nation promotes open worldwide community and digital democracy via the
Web. BBC representatives from more than 20 of the BBC World Service language
teams translated for people who attended the event or called in by telephone. The
video wall showed participants in real-time bridging the gap between
the in-person venue and far-flung locations worldwide — adding to
the ferment and global vibe of the entire event. "We have just
used Nefsis to connect to our audiences and contributors around the world
as part of Superpower Nation Day, a specific event we held on the 18th of
March 2010 at Shoreditch Town Hall. Everyone was very impressed how it worked
on the day, and how user-friendly it was," said James Sales, BBC.
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Article, Peoria Times, February 19, 2010 —
New Video Conferencing System Streamlines Firefighter Training.
Nefsis web and video conferencing enables live, instructor-led
training from a central location without requiring firefighters to
leave field stations saving fuel and time-on-station. The initial applications
include staff meetings and training in such topics as tactics
and strategy, building construction safety and EMT classes. "I think
the possibilities of what we can do with it are unlimited," said Peoria
Fire Department Training Chief Mark Nichols.
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Nefsis Case Study: Peoria Fire Department
Customer Update, September 21, 2009 — Frost & Sullivan
presents the "2009 European Conferencing & Collaboration Product
Differentiation Award" to Nefsis. Nefsis became the first company to
offer a conferencing service solution based on the technologies of cloud-computing,
end-to-end parallel processing, and
multipoint video. In addition, Nefsis offers a private,
customer-premises Dedicated Server option, which acts as a
controlled access point to the Nefsis cloud, with more security
and feature-access controls.
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