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teleconferencing

Holding a meeting with people at different geographic locations by means of telecommunication devices. Teleconferencing is accomplished with high-speed telephone connections, satellite links, or desktop computer videoconference software.
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The is more to effective video teleconferencing than installing a few cameras and monitors.
One of the most practical teleconferencing units is completely mobile and compact and can be rolled from room to room like an audio/video cart.
The multimillion dollar, fast-food chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken, solves its international distribution problem with audio teleconferencing while a large retail chain uses the conference for inventory management.
One reason for the migration of microcomputers into teleconferencing is sheer numbers--as companies are outfitted with more and more desktop computers, and as more computer manufacturers compete for business, the spillover into telecommunications was only a matter of time.
Gold publishes "Electronic TeleSpan," a newsletter providing in-depth analysis of the teleconferencing industry, and has jointly authored six books on teleconferencing.
In recent years cost has been the top-rated concern in teleconferencing service selection while reliability and quality have ranked considerably lower.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Eagle Teleconferencing also extends the no-cost conferencing services to reporters and editors covering the Hurricane Katrina recovery.
The power of prayer is undeniable and now, with the ability to link believers via teleconferencing, united global prayer is available in a real and personal way.
Teleconferencing was added earlier this year to this long list of features and capabilities, providing clients with a one-stop-shop solution for their webcasting needs.
He is going to be a valuable asset as we implement new market strategies, increase our presence and enhance our competitive advantage in the teleconferencing market.
With 100,000 ports installed worldwide, the company has the industry's largest worldwide deployment of digital teleconferencing systems.
Group Editorial Director Grahame Lynch serves thirteen Advanstar telecommunications and teleconferencing publications circulating in North America, Latin America and Asia.