Videoconferencing 101

Over the years, many companies have researched videoconferencing equipment trying to decide if it's worth the investment. The result was often "It's still too expensive," or "The video is too jerky!" or "The audio sounds funny." But as communications technology continues to improve, and costs become more reasonable, perhaps it's time to take a second look at videoconferencing options.

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