Recent Examples of videoconferencing from the Web
By using videoconferencing, team members were spared a commute while still being face-to-face with each other.
The technology involved includes videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications.
The telecom giant has cut its own executive travel costs by half over the past four years, while also profiting from rising demand for its videoconferencing services.
The base $1,099 model comes with the new Collaboration Keyboard, designed to support videoconferencing.
Another app, Recupery, developed at a Qeyno hackathon in upstate New York, addresses childhood depression and offers ways users can access mental health care through channels such as videoconferencing.
Its older chat app, Hangouts, will remain, but Google will emphasize that product’s use as a videoconferencing and messaging app for businesses.
That's why, just a few years ago, the airlines were fretting about the growth of the Internet, email, and videoconferencing.
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First Known Use of videoconferencing
VIDEOCONFERENCING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of videoconferencing for English Language Learners
: a method of holding meetings that allows people who are in different cities, countries, etc., to hear each other and see each other on computer or television screens
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