I am presently using Polycom ViaVideo's and have used the datashare feature to do collaboration in point-to-point conferences. I now have a need to do multipoint conferencing. Do I understand correctly that if I want the same data collaboration functionality in a multipoint conference, then I need the data collaboration server?
Secondly, the documentation about the IP/VC data collaboration server states that it is a factory-installed module on the 3540. Does this mean that if I buy a 3510, then I do not have the capability of doing data collaboration in a multipoint conference?
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