December 2011

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Offer support to a concerned caregiver with video conferencing technology

Wednesday, December 28 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Parents no longer have to feel guilt when they want to leave the kids at home with a babysitter and get out of the house for a night. Read

Avoid unwanted obligations with video conferencing technology

Tuesday, December 27 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Traveling long hours to visit the in-laws may not be at the top of an individual's list of favorite activities. Read

Video conferencing technology reduces excessive travel costs of the U.S. Interior Department

Friday, December 23 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Officials of the United States Department of the Interior tend to travel frequently to locations including Sacramento, Boise and Fairbanks to care for the area's national parks and water projects. Read

Use video conferencing to meet new people and spark interactive discussions

Thursday, December 22 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Individuals who wish to meet others with the same interests, but have difficulty balancing their hectic work schedules with their social lives may benefit from meeting peers via video conferencing technology. Read

Gain the whole truth from employees with video conferencing technology

Wednesday, December 21 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

A new research study in the Journal of Business Ethics has discovered that individuals are more likely to lie through text-based messages via phone or email than through face-to-face interaction, video conferencing or audio communication. Read

Celebrate landmark events at remote locations with video conferencing

Tuesday, December 20 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

With the use of video conferencing, business professionals no longer have to miss out on major milestone events in the office simply because they are away on business trips. Read

President Obama will use video conferencing to participate in caucus night

Monday, December 19 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

According to a report by Quad-City Times, President Obama will appear via online conferencing at various Republican-supported caucus sites on January 3, 2012. Read

Create high-intensive training programs with video conferencing

Friday, December 16 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

In a fast-moving, start-up company environment, existing experts are working around the clock to mold the frame of the business and think ahead to gain an edge against the competition. Read

Web conferencing opens communication for military veterans and addiction treatment patients

Friday, December 16 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Addiction treatment companies are catching on to the benefits of video conferencing, using the service to provide outpatient treatment to individuals who may have recently moved far away from their therapy service or who choose to undergo treatment from the comfort of their own home. Read

Michigan courts put video conferencing into effect in the past year

Thursday, December 15 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Two county courts in Michigan are enforcing video conferencing tactics instead of transporting inmates across county lines and forcing forensic experts to testify in the courtroom. Read

Cutting edge bakeries use video conferencing for remote cake orders

Wednesday, December 14 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Carlo's Bakery, the famed bakery of Buddy Vastro in Hoboken, New Jersey, demonstrated the innovation of video conferencing technology in its own creative fashion by crafting realistic replicas of the telecommunication tools. Read

Video conferencing can improve communication for traveling delivery workers

Tuesday, December 13 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Some industries require year-round travel for workers, particularly in the fields of delivery and distribution. Read

Video conferencing offers expansive networks an effective form of communication

Friday, December 9 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

In an environment such as a TV news station, video conferencing services can offer a large team a way to communicate effectively and quickly. Read

An international technology company uses video conferencing to eliminate email clutter

Friday, December 9 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Atos, a global company with its headquarters in France, is aiming to become an email-free company by 2013. Read

Reportlinker releases a new global video conferencing industry report

Thursday, December 8 2011

Category: Green Conferencing News

Reportlinker, an online database of industry reports, company profiles and market statistics, announced the release of a new market research report in the category Global Video Conferencing Industry. Read

Video conferencing makes strides in improving health care

Wednesday, December 7 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Follow-up doctors' appointments have never seemed easier since the growing use of video conferencing. Read

Make the most of sick days with web conferencing

Tuesday, December 6 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Some illnesses leave workers unable to move or function normally. Read

Video conferencing improves communication for deaf individuals

Monday, December 5 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Some individuals may partake in video conferencing as a fun form of communication that enhances the intimacy of a conversation with face-to-face contact. Read

Video conferencing helps workers appreciate occasional travel

Thursday, December 1 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

In some work environments, travel is a top priority to success. Read