May 2012

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Expand your employee search with video conferencing

Thursday, May 31 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

As the country becomes increasingly mobile and businesses grow more familiar with conducting national - and even international - recruitment searches, the ability to hold a successful interview can be tough. Read

Connecting rural judges and law enforcement

Thursday, May 31 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Expansive, sparsely-populated states may have trouble efficiently carrying out their law and order duties. Read

Home Visit: Staying in touch with seniors through video conferencing

Wednesday, May 30 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

With worries of potential dangers caused by isolation, however, many creative relatives and healthcare professionals are turning to video conferencing as a way to allay some of the associated problems. Read

Modernizing the visa-granting process

Friday, May 25 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

The process of granting visas for refugees, immigrants and tourists can be a complicated one. Read

Making music a universal language

Thursday, May 24 2012

Category: Web Conferencing News

With busy schedules and transportation costs rising, getting to a proper instructor can be pretty tricky. Read

Video conferencing and the law

Tuesday, May 22 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Law can be a particularly collaborative field. Whether it's meeting with clients or holding firm-wide meetings, there are myriad times when real-time discussions are crucial. Read

Monkeying around: How orangutans in zoos can stay in touch

Friday, May 18 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Orangutans that have lost contact with their family members because they were relocated to different zoos might have a modern way of catching up - video conferencing. Read

Two webinars to tackle cancer

Thursday, May 17 2012

Category: Webinar News

The series comes from Life Beyond Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit organization devoted to helping people whose lives have been affected by cancer. Read

Most Wanted: Using technology in the pursuit of justice

Tuesday, May 15 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Granting prisoners all the rights afforded by the constitution while ensuring safety and security at all points can be a delicate balance. Read

Students discuss loans with President Obama

Monday, May 14 2012

Category: Web Conferencing News

When it comes to effecting policy change, one of the biggest obstacles is getting your voice heard. Read

Pac-12 coaches hold video conferencing meeting

Friday, May 11 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

As college football grows and the conferences shuffle, it can be difficult for coaches and athletic directors to meet to discuss important topics. Read

Veteran job coaches offer advice to vets

Thursday, May 10 2012

Category: Webinar News

Sometimes the groups that most need help landing a job are also the hardest to reach. Read

Using teleconferencing as a sales tool

Wednesday, May 9 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

More than just a way of meeting or communicating with clients or collaborators, the technology is increasingly being used as a sales tool. Read

Stirring up debate across distance

Tuesday, May 8 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Across the globe, schools and governments are using the technology as a way to foster debate across towns, time zones and even continents. Read

New videoconferencing conference to appraise hardware

Friday, May 4 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Wonder what the future of video conferencing hardware looks like? Read

Harvard-MIT collaboration shows new role for technology tools

Thursday, May 3 2012

Category: Webinar News

As top-tier universities transition to a more web-based education model, they continue to find creative ways of incorporating newer technologies. Read

New technology helps classrooms expand

Thursday, May 3 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Classrooms, it turns out, are pretty hard to move and meeting the needs of geographically distant students can be tough. Read

Moving the couch: Telepsychiatry continues to grow

Wednesday, May 2 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

Reclining on the psychiatrist's couch might be a thing of the past. Read

Municipal budgets can be reduced with video conferencing technology

Tuesday, May 1 2012

Category: Video Conferencing News

In an age of tight municipal budgets and struggling local economies, streamlining the processes of civic agencies is crucial. Read