Watching you, watching me: Video in the workplace
The future of business communication?
Webcast There have been many false dawns for video collaboration at work. We've all bought videoconferencing systems for the board that don't get used, struggled to find a use for the video cameras on our laptops and waited for the promise of video phones to be delivered.
But do the technologies, the standards and the networks we have today change the picture? Many large users of video in the workplace already think so.
On March 10 at 3.00GMT, The Register's Tim Phillips will be debating the value of videoconferencing with a few people who are better qualified than him to answer your questions. Cisco's Nick Sheppard and Dale Vile from Freeform Dynamics are there to discuss the nitty gritty of getting videoconferencing to pay dividends to your company and if you join us on the day they'll answer your questions on the matter live.
The three of them will explore how video conferencing can transform the way you work. They'll look at past technologies in this space, and the user experiences, and find out what's changed to put teleconferencing back on the agenda.
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