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Discuss. Ever since Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5B in 2011, we have been awaiting the prospect of universal video collaboration across the enterprise when any user can connect, communicate and collaborate with colleagues from anywhere in the world simply and efficiently. If you ever doubted the commitment of the big IT players to video collaboration,
Whitlock, a video collaboration company, today announces the launch of Collaboration as a Service (CaaS). CaaS is offered to customers who want their teams to be creative, collaborative and productive while not worrying about the procurement and management of hardware, software, training, maintenance and support. Whitlock can provide the entire solution for a single monthly