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Video Conferencing For Businesses


The parents and the grandparents of those born in the baby-boomers era, probably have a real hare time comprehending what they see nowadays. Growing up, they were not exposed to such things as computers, mp3 players and flat screen televisions.


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What do you think your grandmother would think if you told her you could look at and see and talk to people in a distant country without physically being there? Communication has taken a giant leap. Even if you were not born way back then, you may have not experienced what is called video conferencing.

Communicating via video conferencing, also known as telepresence, web video, online meetings or video webinars, allows people to have a meeting in separate places without actual physical contact. Designed mainly for businesses to hold business meetings, this type of communication is very economical. Furthermore, this type of communication saves business a lot of time and money. Just when we thought we were ahead in technology, meeting online, video conferencing has changed even more.

Businesses no longer have to download and install expensive software. It's really amazing how a desktop computer can now be a meeting place where everyone can actually be in their own comfort zone. Businesses will no longer have to download and install expensive software. It's really amazing what can be accomplished using a computer.

The video conferencing technique actually goes way back to the time when Nassau launched its first satellite. Have you ever wondered what NASA was really doing up there in space? I’m sure we all have at some point and time. There was time people thought that man was going a little too far with this going back and forth into space.

Back then we had the slightest idea what was video conferencing was all about. Communication was being fine tuned by using trial and error as our bases of understanding how to better communicate.

As far back as the 1980's digital telephony transmissions systems were in use. The equipment used in those days, as mentioned earlier, was very expensive. It wasn't until the 90's that video conferencing really come into existence. Once it arrived its popularity exploded. Many free services, software and web plug-in were available.

Skype, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and many other free services introduced low quality video teleconferencing. Digital compression of audio and video streams in real time is actually the core of technology.

This means of communication is here to stay but it won't stay the same very long. Constant change in video conferencing is inevitable.






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