We have put together a comparative document discussing the ins and outs as well as pros and cons of various types of Videoconferencing (VC) from full VC suites to virtual/PC based to Skype and everything in between..
In this document we discuss how varying forms of audio and video telecommunications, and internet speeds, can bring people at different sites together. In many cases, attorneys wanting to avoid the hassle and expense of traveling in person currently are utilizing this technology while providing access to opposing counsel and/or colleagues. PLEASE CLICK HERE!!!
We delve into the possible ways busy professionals use this technology from simple a conversation between people in private offices (called point-to-point) or involve several (called multipoint) sites in large rooms at multiple locations.
VC is not only being used for the audio and visual transmission of meeting activities, VC technologies can be used to share documents and display information from PCs, Ipads and Elmos.
Some of the other benefits are:
- Reducing time away from home
- No airport/travel hassles
- Allows for real time and face-to-face meetings
Videoconferencing is similar to Skype or Google Hangout to connect, however the technology we use is much clearer and more reliable. For our VC Suites we purchased Polycom cameras and sound systems along with 40 inch plus flat screen HD televisions. You essentially feel like you are in the same room.
Please call, email, text, fax, send a smoke signal or stop by to learn more about the myriad of videoconferencing options and open up the possibilities on how you can use it to be more productive.
Additionally, you will SAVE MONEY and BE HOME for dinner and kid’s or grandchildren’s events.
Jon Moretti | Vice President
Client Services | Technical Support