MANY TECHNOLOGIES ORIGINATE to do things cheaper, faster, or better. Others — such as conference archiving — break open a whole new space.
While archive services can indeed replace the audiocassettes and conference handouts that comprise old-style archiving, the new, feature-rich services belong in a whole different category.
Consider the possibilities. On a CD-ROM, you can capture audio from your sessions and synchronize it with slides, images, transcription text, and, on the