Microsoft Outlook is going to get a major enhancement in its video conferencing facilities. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of two leading software developers, myVRM and Whygo, Microsoft Outlook plug-in will soon be able to incorporate more than 3000 public video conferencing and telepresence facilities.
Users who are using Whygo public room network and myVRM scheduling platform will be able to conduct meetings via Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes. They can easily hold multiple private and public video conferencing rooms and even view the availability of the people who are invited. The most amazing aspect is that one can load and book over 3000 public room over the entire global network.
The new facility of video conferencing will revolutionize the way people use Microsoft Outlook. "This will be the utopia of scheduling platforms that has been talked about for so long," said James Matthews, CEO, Whygo. myVRM is also looking forward to enhance the scope of video conferencing options on Microsoft Outlook. "We are very excited to add the Whygo network and service of public video conferencing rooms to our scheduling platform. This gives new and existing users a huge added value in using the myVRM Outlook plug-in or Lotus Notes integration for their room scheduling," said Larry Roher, CEO, myVRM.
Let us hope that the new video conferencing facility is developed and released soon so that user can have a new way of interacting with each other on Microsoft Outlook.