Conferencing Week in Review: Schools, Hospitals and Banks
The word "conferencing" is a distant relative of the Latin conferre, meaning "bring together." Modern conferencing is all about using technology to globally connect people for business, pleasure and more, and as the headlines from this week show, just about everyone is on board with videoconferencing. It's time for the Week in Review!
Australia's Financial Sectors Tout the Benefits of Videoconferencing
Two things that seem to have left no corner of the world untouched are Cisco and videoconferencing. Australia, which was just in the news when Cisco announced plans to extend its IoT services to the Outback, has been making headlines on both fronts. Today, the land Down Under is once again in the spotlight, this time for its use of videoconferencing in financial sectors.
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How often have you had a teleconference where—because of audio-related issues—you had difficulty in conducting an important meeting? Or in some cases, not even being able to make a clear connection at all? Curtiss Singleton, Director of Sales for the Americas at Revolabs, Inc., discusses conferencing solutions that not only provide unmatched audio quality, but ones that also “cut the cord”—giving you the freedom to move around the workspace.
Doug Green, Publisher of Telecom Reseller, speaks with JP Carney, President and CEO of Revolabs, about the company, the importance of audio quality in UC, the compatibility of their products with various UC platforms, and their acquisition by Yamaha after one year. They discuss how clear audio for teleconferencing is the core element of true collaboration.