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Survey: Young Execs & Video Use

The 2013 Cisco Global Young Executives’ Video Attitudes Survey gives insight into what management-track leaders aged 34 and under think about business-class video, which delivers high-quality, reliable, and highly secure lifelike video to users. Cisco commissioned Redshift Research to conduct the survey of more than 1,300 global respondents. Top findings include: Three out of five […]

Saving lives with videoconferencing

A few years ago I was pleased to work on an Australian project where videoconferencing was used for the early detection and treatment of stroke victims, thus saving lives. You can read about the telestroke project here (news article) and here (medical report). I was interested to read this week about a US telestroke project […]

Virtual excursions in outer space

Astronauts on China’s orbiting space station delivered a lesson live to 330 students. They were able to demonstrate several space concepts that are difficult (if not impossible!) to demonstrate on Earth. Read more about the lesson here. The short video below shows the astronauts in action with the students.

Videoconferencing everywhere

Here’s a neat little video form TANDBERG showing all types of videoconferencing systems – from handheld to telepresence being used in a variety of situations:

Videoconference Wonderwall

Here’s a great video from TANDBERG on their vision for what collaboration will look like in the very near future. Solve problems instantly in a forum where video, presence, unified communication and multimedia content collide. It’s the next generation of natural communication, and it’s larger than life.

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