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Hi,
Our organization conducts skype interview and we use to make a one to one skype interview with the candidate where other the far site candidate cannot see the remaining panel room members. In order to eradicate these issue we purchased a new polycom HDX 8000.
I am not happy with the way the the far site candidate will use to connect with polycom. i.e by using a Poly Telepresence Software.
 I want a simple way like Gotomeeting or Webex where you just send a meeting link and participant joins the meeting.
Is there are such ways with Polycom HDX 8000 or is there any way to integrate with Skype.

Note: Please give solution other than Microsoft Lync 2010

I would appreciate the help.

Thank
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Jeff_Schertz

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Yes I came to know that Polycom will make this option available by March 2013.

But is there any  alternative way so I can make easy for the remote site users ( candidate) to get easliy connect to my polycom ?

Thanks
Techrunner

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I have tested BlueJeans. Its Great But I have only one concern, Is it possible  to blue jeans skype account to send the add contact request.

Or is there any possibility with Bluejeans that I can contact the candidate one by one after finishing each interview.

Thanks I appreciate your help in this issue.
Jeff_Schertz

No, BlueJeans is limited to the experience you see in the free trial period.  It's a 'meet in the middle' bridging service only.

The best solution for using Skype is to utilize Lync 2013 when it's available with video interop, but that is still a little off.  You'll need to be patient while the rest of the standards-based video industry and Skype become more integrated over time.
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