Where can I learn more about videoconferencing?

There are vast resources available if you want to learn more about video conferencing.  Start with the Internet look up Wainhouse Research, wainhouse.com.  You can subscribe to their free newsletter. They have articles on the markets the manufactures, new technical developments with white papers.  Wainhouse also hosts seminars and symposiums on video conferencing.  Frost & Sullivan, market research marketresearch.com, is another great source and accommodates access to experts in the field — They research over 1,200 industries. InfoComm International, infocomm.org, is the audio visual organization that hosts the annual InfoComm trade show.  An import part of their exhibitors are video conferencing vendors.  InfoComm absorbed the Telecommunications trade show, “Telcom” that went out of business after 9/11, 2001.

Trade publications are also a great resource for the latest information on video conferencing.  Conferencing News, conferencingnews.com; and PC Magazine, pcmag.com is a good start.  You will certainly come across many more sources of information through these publications.  If you are an end-user of video conferencing our web site, jwhornvideoconference.com has articles written for end users and answers questions that affects potential applications.  Many other web sites and blogs are way too “techy” and have no practical value for those companies who really need to get the most out of their video conferencing investment. The industry is relatively new, but the technology is quickly becoming more refined.

If you Google video conferencing the first half dozen pages will be manufacturers or “video conferencing” service companies selling their solution — this will not help you learn more about video conferencing.

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