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Skype for Business users can now call into Zoom video conferences

Zoom has integrated its videoconferencing service with Skype for Business, enabling Skype users to connect to a Zoom conference using the popular Microsoft unified communications software.

The native interoperability extends Skype for Business’ video calling features and provides Zoom users with yet another way to call into a video meeting room. Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom, estimates that 50 percent of enterprises are using Skype for Business or Lync. Although there’s the potential for customer expansion, the integration between the two unified communications tools could also simplify operations within many enterprises.

“Zoom and Microsoft Office 365 already coexist at hundreds of thousands of businesses. This native interoperability with Skype for Business brings these two powerful platforms together for frictionless video communications. As an extension of our other Microsoft integrations – Active Directory SSO integration, Skype for Business messaging, Outlook scheduling, and mobile content sharing from OneDrive – this interoperability makes Zoom part of the natural workflow of these organizations,” said Oded Gal, head of product management at Zoom, in a statement.

There’s no additional cost to Zoom users to add the Skype for Business interoperability. It’s now available to Zoom Enterprise and Business plan customers.

For more:- read the press release

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Zoom Announces Native Skype for Business Interoperability

SAN JOSE, CA –(Marketwired – March 29, 2016) – Zoom Video Communications, Inc., a leading provider of video communications services, today announced the addition of native interoperability with Microsoft Skype for Business (formerly Lync) to its enterprise video conferencing platform.

The new integration allows Skype for Business users to seamlessly call into a Zoom meeting directly from Skype for Business, providing several core benefits:

“I am pleased to announce native interoperability with Skype for Business,” said Eric S. Yuan, Founder and CEO of Zoom. “This will bring Zoom’s versatile, powerful video communications solution to the estimated 50% of enterprise businesses that have deployed Lync.”

“Zoom and Microsoft Office 365 already coexist at hundreds of thousands of businesses. This native interoperability with Skype for Business brings these two powerful platforms together for frictionless video communications. As an extension of our other Microsoft integrations — Active Directory SSO integration, Skype for Business messaging, Outlook scheduling, and mobile content sharing from OneDrive — this interoperability makes Zoom part of the natural workflow of these organizations,” said Oded Gal, Head of Product Management for Zoom.

Skype for Business interoperability is free and readily available to Zoom Enterprise and Business Plan customers, and is enabled by Zoom customer support. Interested parties should contact their Zoom sales representative or submit a request on zoom.us/contactsales. 

About Zoom

Zoom unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, group messaging, and a software-defined video conference room solution into one easy-to-use platform. Our solution offers the best video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Zoom Rooms, and H.323/SIP room systems such as Polycom and Cisco Tandberg. Zoom is a privately held company headquartered in San Jose, California. For more information, visit zoom.us or follow us @zoom_us.

Press Contact Janine Pelosi Head of Marketing, Zoomjanine.pelosi@zoom.us(408) 406-5180

 

Sony’s new RX10 III triples the zoom range of its predecessor

Sony has introduced a new pocket sized superzoom camera with the RX10 mark III.

The lens also has three manual control rings for adjusting aperture, zoom, and focus, as well as a focus hold button to fix the focus point. We’ve just received his first gallery batch and wanted to get them to you for an initial look at this intriguing latest offering from Sony in the popular bridge camera market. It was quickly followed by the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 which had an even bigger zoom and 4K video.

The new travel camera incorporates a 1-inch, 20.1MP megapixel sensor and a 25x super-telephoto zoom lens. It’s an outstanding choice for shooting anything from landscapes to distant wildlife and everything in between.

In total, the extended zoom lens features eight ED glass elements including one super ED glass element, five ED glass elements and two ED aspherical lenses, which aim to minimise chromatic aberration giving high contrast and quality images. Combined with the BIONZ X image processor, this allows the camera an ISO range of 100 to 12,800, and the ability to shoot bursts of images at up to 14 fps (frames per second), or 5 fps with autofocus tracking.

On the video front, not much has been changed from the RX10 II, the RX10 III still includes 4K video (including full pixel readout for maximum image quality) and super slow motion options of up to 960FPS as well, making this a dream camera for any run and gun crew looking for great video quality in a small, all-in-one package. Also of interest to videographers will be editing-friendly picture profiles including S-Gamut/S-Log2, and the fact that slow motion footage can be recorded at up to Full HD 1080p at 1,000/960 fps.

Sony’s also made the RX100 III dust- and moisture-resistant.

The RX10 III includes a 2.35-million-dot resolution OLED viewfinder and a 3-inch LCD screen on the rear.

The RX10 III features a number of other upgrades compared to the current RX10 models. Joining the new camera will be a pair of new FE mount lenses for the company’s a7 series of mirrorless bodies.

Expanding its line of prime lenses, Sony also announced a new FE 50mm f1.8.

Sony’s new reflex camera contains a lens with a focal range of 24-600mm, a range that reaches more than the previous 24-200 mm lens model. It uses four aspherical glass elements, two ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements and Sony’s Nano AR coating to deliver high quality stills and video. The lens has built-in Optical Steady Shot image stabilization, which comes in handy at keeping things still at full-telephoto. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III is expected sell in the U.S. for around US$1500 and in Europe for approximately €1600.

But the highlight is the lens, which is the main difference between the RX10 III and RX10 II.

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