A quick reference to determine what video collaboration option best meet your conferencing needs.
|An individual with no access to a videoconference room that needs to join in a collaborative meeting or do a presentation (i.e. guest presenter, research collaboration, etc.)||Desktop Videoconferencing lets you interact with people from your computer and share content.||Desktop Videoconferencing Service|
|A group of people meeting on their computer or device and not at a designated videoconference room.||Cloud-based Videoconferencing allows a group of people to interact and share content from their desktops or mobile device.||Cloud-based Videoconferencing Service|
|A meeting where a group of people are attending at various videoconferencing room locations.||Room-based Videoconferencing lets you interact with people using a designated room equipped with cameras, audio systems, and instructional media to display documents.|
|A meeting where groups of people are attending in-person at either a videoconference room, on their desktop or mobile device, and/or phone||An MCU (multipoint control unit) can bridge each videoconference solution listed above into one conference, reaching out to a larger group of people for interaction and content sharing.||ITS Bridging Service|