Let’s Talk. Start the Conversation with Polycom Cloud.

by Lauren Eckstein on May 13, 2016 · 0 comments

in Business,Cloud Computing,Prospecting & Qualifying,Sales,ScanSource Communications


We’ve all been there. Starting the cloud conversation with a partner can be tough when you don’t know where to start. With Polycom cloud solutions, there is a product offering to address any need. To make it a little easier to find the right Polycom product, here are five questions to ask when analyzing customer cloud opportunities.

  1. Need a customizable cloud?
    The private cloud, which relies on a dedicated infrastructure, allows you to customize features, functionality, and integration with existing systems.
  2. Concerned about security?
    Polycom’s private cloud infrastructure is dedicated to a single business entity that protects and controls access to data, hardware, or network systems contained in our data centers. Polycom has a QoS-enabled link, and RealPresence Network delivers service.
  3. Considering cloud-based video services, but don’t know which is best for you?
    For customers who want control, security, and customizability, our private cloud/hosted solutions are the choice. For customers looking for a fully hosted and managed solution, with a fixed feature set at an affordable price, there’s RealPresence Cloud.
  4. Looking to increase your video capacity, but reluctant to buy more infrastructure?
    Polycom offers two public cloud solutions for increasing project capacity. RealPresence Cloud is a VaaS offering. Private cloud/hosted service also provides increased capacity for videoconferencing.
  5. Introducing video into your organization, but afraid the costs may be too high?
    Polycom public cloud solutions offer per user, per month plans that allow you to test drive video with no upfront investment—plus the service can be canceled easily.

To learn more about ScanSource and Polycom cloud offerings, visit CloudSolutions.

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