Business Video Conferencing and Telepresence Technology

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About Business Video Conferencing and Telepresence Technology

Business video conferencing and telepresence technology provide face-to-face communications from any location, allowing geographically distant workers to interact as if they are in the same location. In this section, you'll learn about the different options available for enterprise video conferencing solutions, including hardware and software videoconferencing equipment and video conferencing services. Also discover resources that will help you weigh the costs and benefits of implementing telepresence solutions and services.