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Video Conference

A meeting in which one or more participants participate by projecting their images on an audio-visual device. This allows one to attend a meeting from a great distance. Proponents of video conferencing argue that it saves on the cost of travel, especially in a multinational corporation. Critics contend that video conferences restrict the camaraderie and informal exchanges that facilitate the conduct of business.
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* plan and facilitate videoconferencing lessons that allow sufficient time for student interaction;
Videoconferencing across health care disciplines: Videoconferencing between a health care provider and a client has occurred in various health care professions.
For global legal departments, videoconferencing can help overcome cultural barriers.
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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 26, 2018-Telchemy releases analytics for videoconferencing devices and systems
I first learned this expand-and-conquer approach in 1993 as part of two pre-streaming-era technologies: video walls and videoconferencing.
Summary: Two technology industry analyst firms, Gartner and IDC, have separately recognised Polycom as a Leader in the videoconferencing market.