April 2012

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Telemedicine shows no signs of slowing down

Friday, April 27 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

A webinar is a useful tool that delivers information to clients and employees, and presenters can even use the web meeting for question-and-answer (Q&A) sessions. Allowing participants to make queries about the gathering's displays enhances the learning experience and allows speakers to make future improvements to their webinar materials. Read

Video conferencing interoperability is in high demand among businesses

Thursday, April 26 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Web-based conferencing interoperability is one of the most desired functions that businesses are considering when looking for solutions providers. Read

Virtual field trips are using video conferencing to provide educational experiences

Wednesday, April 25 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Today, a Florida classroom got to see the latest in robotic technology in action thanks to a virtual fieldtrip using video conferencing. Read

Managed video conferencing services are in high demand

Monday, April 23 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Companies are increasingly turning to conferencing service providers to help manage and administer their video and telepresence technology. Read

Video conferencing is evolving with the cloud

Friday, April 20 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

A webinar is a useful tool that delivers information to clients and employees, and presenters can even use the web meeting for question-and-answer (Q&A) sessions. Allowing participants to make queries about the gathering's displays enhances the learning experience and allows speakers to make future improvements to their webinar materials. Read

Obama and Sarkozy meet in online conference

Thursday, April 19 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

According to FirstPost, a recent online meeting between President Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy focused on global diplomatic and oil market concerns. Read

Telemedicine provider is using video conferencing to employ veterans

Wednesday, April 18 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

A webinar is a useful tool that delivers information to clients and employees, and presenters can even use the web meeting for question-and-answer (Q&A) sessions. Allowing participants to make queries about the gathering's displays enhances the learning experience and allows speakers to make future improvements to their webinar materials. Read

The number of chin implants reaches all-time highs due to video conferencing

Tuesday, April 17 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Experts claim the dramatic demand increase for chinplants results from women wanting a more desirable jawline for video conferencing interviews. Read

Teleconference held regarding U.S. housing trends

Monday, April 16 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Fitch Ratings, a major global ratings agency with over 50 offices worldwide, hosted a teleconference on Monday, April 16, 2012, explaining that initial industry data reveals the United States housing market is improving at an inconsistent rate. Read

Live webinar to be held to educate caregivers about caretaker burnout

Friday, April 13 2012

Category: Webinar News

Next month, Home Care Assistance will be using video conferencing technology to host a live webinar to teach beneficial and preventive techniques to reduce the rate of caretaker burnout. Read

Video conferencing technology can help you on your way to Hollywood

Wednesday, April 11 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing technology allows qualified candidates to audition remotely for acting and musical jobs that were previously conducted in a face-to-face setting. Read

The Vatican has embraced video conferencing technology

Monday, April 9 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Recently, Vatican City, the cornerstone of the Roman Catholic Church, has widely adopted video conferencing technology across the globe in order to better communicate with employees and clergy members, according to Best in UC. Read

Video conferencing and telerehabilitation shows effective results

Friday, April 6 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Through the use of video conferencing technology, telerehabilitation is designed to revolutionize the treatment methods used to care for those with limited mobility. Read

What is telesurgery?

Thursday, April 5 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

As technology continues to evolve, many ideas that were previously thought to beconsidered impossible are now realities. One such marvel of today's modern medicine practice is telesurgery. Read

Interactive kiosks plan to help retailers with video conferencing technology

Wednesday, April 4 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Interactive kiosks may be changing the way businesses communicate with their customers, replacing the need for face-to-face interaction with face-to-interface solutions made possible with the help of video conferencing technology. Read

Students have an out-of-this-world experience with NASA thanks to video conferencing

Tuesday, April 3 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Recently, a class at Montgomery Upper Middle School in New Jersey was able to have a video conference discussion with a NASA engineer along with the Space Program's educator, Michael Hare. Read

NFL Hall of Fame uses video conferencing to educate students about the value of teamwork

Monday, April 2 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

The National Football Hall of Fame is using video conferencing technology to connect with students from across the globe to teach them more about the sport's history and the core values it represents. Read