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This is the first time I have implemented a room video conferencing solution that didn't feel like torture. Right away from the unboxing of the equipment and the clear instructions I was satisfied. The full Teams Room kit had multiple options for cabling and detailed configuration options. It immediately connected to our Office 365 environment and we were live very quickly. We had one hiccup with the pass through on the Tap system but there was a firmware update available already that resolved it immediately.
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Blizz is great for any kind of video conferencing call, it brings a lot to the table and manages to execute its service very well. I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for an affordable and solid video conferencing experience. In my opinion, it would suit both medium and small teams the most.
Read full review Pros Easy to use Screen sharing Video pass through Read full review Very effective linking of different devices. Easy to join from anywhere/any device by just entering the meeting ID. Minimal, intuitive interface that takes very little getting used to. I skipped the help section and still figured everything out within a couple of minutes. Pairs with Outlook so you can view all your existing contacts from within Blizz. Really saves time and stops anyone being missed out. Can support up to 300 participants. Reasonable pricing structure. Free for personal use and still good value for the higher-level packages. You can also add local numbers for free. Live text chat for use during a meeting if you have something to say but don’t want to interrupt the presenter. A secured connection so there are no issues sending sensitive documents etc. The audio and video quality has always been excellent (although I’ve come to expect this from any conferencing software nowadays). Read full review Cons Better sized equipment for smaller rooms (portable?) More flexibility to share the device (without Tap) Better automatic zooming. Read full review You can sense that the product is still in development/introduction stages, but has the potential of getting bigger Some UI improvements are necessary Not a lot of public awareness Read full review Support Rating
The last time I had interaction with Blizz by TeamViewer support was directly on their website in the Help option, I sent them a written message, and in a few minutes, they had already answered me. I think the technical service is efficient.
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The Rally units are a significant improvement on the Dolby units, providing a more capable interface with better screen sharing capabilities. The units are significantly cheaper than the Cisco units, however they do not offer the remote management capabilities of the Cisco units.
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I’ve previously used household names like Zoom and Skype for my video conference calls, but neither provides as much as Blizz in terms of scheduling features. And to be honest, Blizz’s user interface and connectivity are as good if not better than those platforms, despite its relative newness.
Read full review Return on Investment During COVID it has allowed us to link rooms together. Allowed us to make orientation easier to deliver. Allowed us to require less people delivering orientation by linking rooms together. Read full review Blizz ensures that my service quality rating is not compromised due to bad connectivity. Return on investment is 100%. Blizz has a modern and simple design. This makes it easy for the user to get started as there is no learning curve. Remote screen share is slick and the Blizz controls on-screen take up minimal space, taking nothing away from the user experience. Read full review ScreenShots TeamViewer Meeting Screenshots