My spin: Hmmm, don’t want to set up your own video conference? Well check out Telesuite.
If you’ve ever sat through a video conference, hopelessly scanning your interlocutors’ tiny faces on a TV screen for a clue about who is uttering the disembodied words reaching you with a one-second delay, you’re likely to hope that the corporate travel budget will soon be reinstated.
As funds for business travel have been slashed over the last few years, the video conferencing business has been widely seen as an alternative to in-person meetings. But video meetings can be a frustrating and awkward affair. Speech can get out of sync, and words can be dropped. The video screen can act like more of a communications barrier than an aid. (full story)
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