Consider this scenario, an important meeting (via video conference) is about to start and your colleague is held up and cannot join. Are you really going to take notes? Or consider this scenario, the management team would like to share a message (via video conference), to the whole department. Does it make sense to have 50 people trying to login to the video conference...plus there are bandwidth considerations!
These are just a few examples how the VidyoReplay option can provide an impressive amount of flexibility to your video conferencing service. With VidyoReplay, registered users are able to easily record video conferences or webcast their meetings, thereby delivering important messages to those unable to participate in real-time. The uses of VidyoReplay are vast:
- customer support alerts,
- product announcements,
- medical consultations,
- and more.
In the Solutions Scenarios document published at their website, Vidyo describes potential use cases for VidyoReplay across multiple verticals. Consider these examples:
Students who miss class may catch up on lessons and lectures. Even those who catch presentations in real-time may revisit them later as a way to review or clarify what was learned. Educators in remote areas may close the distance between students and instructors who are separated by geography.
Outside of the classroom, VidyoReplay is also an important resource for training and updating K-12 teachers on policies and procedures. Districts may also facilitate courses for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) on-line while honoring the demands of teacher schedules. Post-graduate offerings can also be made more accessible to those working full-time jobs.
Providers may record consultations with patients and with other medical experts in order to make diagnoses and record their analyses. PC-based scans (e.g. ultrasounds and MRIs) may be streamed into the conference and captured as part of the recording. Physicians may benefit from recorded medical conferences presentations and stay up-to-date on the latest in treatment developments. Mental health providers who work remotely may record teleconferencing sessions with patients and review these sessions later for nonverbal cues important to the patient's progress and care. Insurers may use recorded consultations as proof of treatment and appropriateness of claims.
VidyoReplay may assist with taking witness depositions. Recorded conversations with clients may also be used to keep client costs down--enabling remote consultations--as well as to enable efficient strategy development among the full legal team. Attorneys who conduct focus groups may also find use for VidyoReplay in reviewing participant discussions.
Organizations with branches all over the world, may significantly reduce travel costs by enabling remote training. The ability to access important trainings and updates outside of the real-time conference, is especially important when considering significant differences in time zones. For instance, a company in Chicago, Illinois, does not have to deliver a presentation at midnight to accommodate a colleague in Sydney, Australia, where it is 3:00 the following afternoon.
No matter your industry, VidyoReplay can be an important tool. Contact us today for more information about adding this feature to your account.