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teleconferencing

("long distance" conferencing) An interactive communications session between two or more users who are geographically separated. Years ago, teleconferencing meant at least three people. However, the term evolved into meaning two or more people and typically via video (see video calling) rather than audio (see audioconferencing). See videoconferencing and data conferencing.
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* Innovative Applications--We looked at all the different kinds of applications that were being used by the Isacomm Meeting Channel users, and we looked at ways to develop new applications, and application oriented materials that would encourage the people who had already purchased a teleconferencing system to use it more often.
"Teleconferencing isn't just for replacement of travel," emphasizes Gold, noting that reading books wasn't replaced by radio, radio wasn't replaced by TV, TV wasn't replaced by other video technologies.
He also said the PNP has to agree to the teleconferencing, though he himself sees no problem as there would be no security considerations.
All local government units must also be able to access this government teleconferencing network," he pointed out.
Sending of notices to the directors as provided in the bylaws, with a request for confirmation on whether a director will attend physically or through teleconferencing;
The nature of your business is the best way to determine which teleconferencing system will fit your needs, says James Darnell, technology specialist at Schmidt Associates in Indianapolis.
Planning began in 2001 to evaluate the feasibility of adding a teleconferencing option at Children's Hospital that would enable health care providers and families to have remote access to the specialty team of the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program.
KC: First, let me offer a broad perspective of the teleconferencing market, whose legacy is, remarkably, now over 50 years old.
Teleconferencing can be used to provide training programs for one company or to host high-level trainings for managers of multiple client organizations.
When it is well executed, video teleconferencing duplicates the psychological advantages of face-to-face contact.
The Swedish telecomms operator Telia AB said today (17 June) that it would launch a new teleconferencing service with lowered prices, called Telemote Direkt.
An additional option is available as well, where the video and audio data is transmitted through video teleconferencing centers.