Advanced Data has Asheville's latest video conferencing solutions. As businesses look for affordable ways to meet with clients and geographically separated co-workers, more and more businesses in Asheville and throughout North Carolina are looking to video conferencing as a way to stay connected.
Video conferencing uses audio and video telecommunications to bring people together from all over the world. This can be as simple as a conversation between two people in private offices (point-to-point) or it may involve several sites (multi-point) with groups of people in large rooms at different sites.
In addition to the visual and audio transmission of meeting interactions, video conferencing can be used to share documents, powerpoint slides or any other digital information.
As high speed Internet connectivity has become more widely available at a reasonable cost and the cost of video capture and display technology has decreased, more and more businesses have been able to cut travel costs through meeting online with video conferencing.
Video conferencing adds another possible alternative and can be considered when:
- a face-to-face conversation is necessary
- visual information is a critical component of the conversation (such as with negotiations, confidential meetings, etc.)
- the individuals of the conversation can't physically come to the same location
- the cost or time of travel is a limiting factor
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 August 2010 14:59