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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 role of applications in the growth of teleconferencing can be very significant.
In fact, he adds, his former employer, NASA, found that even though it used teleconferencing very heavily, travel to scientific meetings kept rising.
The Opinion also said that under the present Corporation Code, a stockholder's voting and appearance cannot be conducted via teleconferencing or video conferencing.
Try out lower-cost options first, like basic audioconferencing or videoconferencing with webcams, to test teleconferencing without much initial expense.
Each teleconferencing visit during this pilot study required careful planning.
Large players such as AT & T and Verizon are outsourcing their teleconferencing services along with their own facility-based services to meet global competitive pressures, while a few medium size companies such as ours, with years of strong marketing, business, global infrastructure, and operation experience, will continue to transfer billions of minutes of traffic over the global network, optimizing global skill-sets and cost-effective structure.
If it is to be effective, a video teleconferencing facility should be a dedicated space.
There is a 15-minute delay with the video test link using the Web without video teleconferencing.
The team meets with the LSC and also separately from other LPIT organizations in video teleconferencing sessions and smaller working groups.
The two-hour mixed-media event featured a video case presentation followed by interactive discussion via audio teleconferencing.
Now Air Force personnel are ready to launch a new high-capacity digital teleconferencing system in an equipment room the size of a supermarket.
Also called video teleconferencing, this technology is merely one aspect of an educational concept being implemented all over the world.