real-time conferencing


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real-time conferencing

A "live" teleconferencing session that uses communications equipment fast enough to keep up with the speech and movements of all participants. See teleconferencing.
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OCS includes real-time conferencing hosted on servers inside an organization's firewall and a full-featured, software-powered VoIP solution that can stand on its own or integrate with an existing PBX infrastructure.
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