Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing - Video Conferencing: A real-time,...

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Video Conferencing: A real-time, two-way exchange of information between two or more geographically disperse locations using audio, video and sometimes data is called video conferencing. Better communications leads to better decisions, and better results implementing those decisions. Rich media conferencing and collaboration are the next-generation tools (available today) for improving any enterprise communication capabilities, taking off where the telephone and email have left off. Conferencing and collaboration tools can help the company respond quickly to customer demand, solve customer support issues, react to market opportunities, and battle competitive threats. Web Conferencing Web conferencing enables meeting attendees to see and sometimes share the desktop, file, or application on a presenter’s computer. While videoconferencing is about “see me,” web conferencing is about “see what I see.” For example dimdim.com, this is a site we can use for the presentations and through this web
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