By Logitech Inc.
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LifeSize Connections combines cloud-based simplicity with business-class performance in an HD video collaboration platform that is amazingly simple to deploy, making instant face-to-face collaboration possible with anyone, anywhere.
Cloud-Based Simplicity Meets Business-Class Performance
Extending high-definition (HD) video collaboration across the organization used to take days, or even weeks, and often required costly travel while straining IT resources. Now, in just minutes, you can make video collaboration available across your entire organization with LifeSize Connections. Cloud-based provisioning gives you the power to instantly connect remote employees to conference rooms so no one misses an important meeting again. Built-in firewall traversal enables secure company-to-company video calling with customers, suppliers and others, inside or outside your organization. And robust collaboration features – such as guest invitations, data-sharing and multi-party HD calling – ensure your organization’s employees can get more done in less time.
All the while you can maintain complete administrative control from LifeSize Connections’ web-based administrator console, where you can add, reduce or reassign user accounts, run rich reports with full call data, and manage bandwidth settings for your network. LifeSize Connections is the cloud-based video collaboration solution you’ve been waiting for to unlock the power, productivity and quality of HD video collaboration for your organization.
LifeSize Connections. Amazingly simple, simply amazing.
What's New in Version 1.2
This is a patch fix update for 1.2, which includes a fix for proxy detection.
Please fix AirPlay bug
Functionally, this is a great app, and it works well with the Connections service. One thing keeps me from giving it 5 stars: If there is an AirPlay server nearby, the app automatically defaults the speaker output to AirPlay, even if it was previously set to Built-in Speakers. This is extremely annoying, and can result in what appears to be no audio output if the Apple TV is off or in another room. Please fix this so that the speaker output does not get changed automatically, or at least give the user the option to automatically change to AirPlay (or not) if a server is available.