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Polycom adds Mac support to video conferencing products

updated 12:40 pm EDT, Tue March 16, 2010

CMA Desktop products updated

Polycom has updated its CMA Desktop software, adding Mac support amongst other new features. CMA Desktop provides video conferencing tools for presenters and participating users, allowing businesses to manage telepresence and multipoint video resources.

The system can integrate with existing corporate directory services, taking time out of the deployment process. Users can also track usage and resources with call-detail reporting for calculating ROI. The software offers click-to-dial interfaces similar to instant messaging clients.

Polycom CMA Desktop is now available, with pricing information available from the company. [via Insanely Great Mac]




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Gazoobee

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    The website for this product is a perfect example of bad communication. It's got thousands of words of information but absolutely nothing that says what the product actually is or does. I happen to know what it does so I can decipher some of it, but a normal human who isn't versed in "Polycom speak" landing on that page would not be able to make out anything at all.

    The explanatory video about the new mac client is in a windows only format too!

    Hilarious. :-)

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