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IP video goes where air travel cannot

Madison, Wis. - Commercial air service doesn't always please the business traveler, but interconnectivity is being viewed as more fundamental to enterprise than ever before.

That's why technology developers are encouraging potential customers to dismiss the expenses of putting employees on planes in favor of the conveniences of Internet video and mixed-media communication tools.
Full article >>> te.com">Mediasite product has been driven by the consumer market, Buinevicius said, as VCRs, TiVo, and on-demand movies and television changed perceptions about how targeted information could be distributed.

Those techniques are now translating themselves to the world of education, government, and corporate life, where information and knowledge is the lifeblood of many different types......

Full article >>> n the technology creates effective real-time interaction for recruiting, conferences, and investment presentations.

HP's Halo service, which was launched last year and boasts 60 installations and 12 customers, including PepsiCo, Dreamworks, and chipmaker

Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner and Joe Vanden Plas 11/09/06


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