Videoconferencing Installation Mistakes


3 ways a small company with no capital budget
can implement videoconferencing

1. Use a hosted service that provides videoconferencing with collaboration; multi-site; live chat; and annotation. Make sure you have all the billing options, i.e. by the event; month or year. (See videoconferencing without equipment)
2. Rent a public videoconferencing room. These are available worldwide through a variety of room brokers. (See Glowpoint)
3. Eliminate videoconferencing technology from the capital expense budget with a "Managed Video Program" (See Worry Fee Managed Video Program)

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