With the rising price of oil in the world market, companies have to cut down on certain expenses in order to show a profit. You can cut down the number of times that an employee travels on business trips and use video conferencing to accomplish the same goal with a lot less expense.
But how do you setup video conferencing? The easiest way of saying it is simply by buying the video conferencing system that is right for your company or personal use.
Let’s first talk about the devices that are used to make this work. It's simple all you need is a PC, a headset, and Video Conferencing platform.
Bandwidth was a big issue, a few years ago if you were going to have a conference with multiple speakers and viewers, you would have needed to purchase very expensive systems that few small companies could afford. Here are some of those systems: A T-1 line for instance gives you only one line of communication. What if you need to speak with different offices simultaneously? For that you would have needed a T-3 line or higher. Now you can have numerous speakers and 100's of participants over the internet on a PC based web conferencing platform.
The PC based systems use an IP system with Cable or DSL internet service, the same as the one you already have to surf the internet. Lot of people and companies use video conferencing, because their employees are more productive, decisions are made quickly and the company saves money. Especially today were video conferencing platforms costs have dropped dramatically over the last several years it is no longer cost prohibitive for you to have your own video conferencing and video email systems.
In fact, private companies are not the only one using it as the government, the education and the healthcare sectors, and many others have also taken advantage of this to conduct hearings, teach children, help patients, and conduct internal company meetings with employees who live far from the company headquarters. Some people even use these platforms for personal use.
If you want to know more about video conferencing, contact me at 631-838-7790 or email email@example.com. I can then setup a time for us to get together, and I can show you demonstration of the video conferencing platform and video email system I use to market my companies.
Feel free to contact me at 631-838-7790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, looking forward to connecting with you on your conferencing and marketing needs.
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