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Desktop Video Conferencing. Industry Trends and Deployment Best Practices

By: Mirial
Mirial

The economic downturn and the consequent need to save money have raised the already increasing demand for visual communication and collaboration solutions aimed at escalating productivity while reducing expenses. Desktop video conferencing can be defined as the use of video conferencing software on a personal computer, or more generally without the need of additional dedicated equipment. It contrasts with "Room video conferencing" where participants have to move to a dedicated conference room equipped for video conference. In the last few years, desktop video conferencing emerged as part of daily processes and communication routines within companies and organizations of any size and industry, all over the world, complementing (and in some cases replacing) traditional room systems.

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Published:  Aug 04, 2010
Length:  7
Type:  White Paper
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desktop video, desktop video conferencing, mirial