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Conferencing is designed to bring large groups, such as conference room to conference room, as well as individuals, desktop to desktop, together for various business activities. Conferencing is just as effective in bringing two individuals together as it is with groups in multi-point sites in different locations.

Conferencing options available to businesses:

Video Conferencing is the use of two way audio and video telecommunications to bring people at different locations together for meetings, presentations and/or training.

Visual and Audio Conferencing. Visual and Audio Conferencing allows for internal and external sharing of desktop or applications with others. Business can make use of these conferencing options to transmit meeting activities such as making presentations and/or recording conferences. Visual conferencing allows for the sharing of computer-displayed information and document sharing while audio conferencing is the use of high quality sound, connecting people in different locations using audio only.

Converged Conferencing. Converged conferencing combines all the conferencing options into one providing the user with a complete conferencing experience. Combining video, visual, audio, instant messaging, online presentations and multi-media improves usability, saves money and keeps ongoing maintenance simple.

Having your communications tools available and combined provides faster responses to your customer queries and helps your business make informed decisions.

2016-12-12T11:57:46+00:00September 10th, 2012|Unified Communications|

About the Author:

Marc Hill is the president and founder of Stablenet, an IT services company located in Charlotte, NC. He received his B.A. from NC State University before starting his first company, Tingas Hill Advertising, in 1986. Marc is passionate about the needs and goals of his clients. He specializes in using technologies to help stabilize his client's IT infrastructure, making each company more efficient, stable and productive. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife Dawn and their two dogs, Hoops and Coco. He has two grown children in the medical field. He can be contacted at