How to Interact on Today’s Videoconferencing Systems

Videoconferencing has achieved hyper-reality but it still can elicit very feral reactions.

Story by Dan Daley, Corporate Tech Decisions

Just before big business meetings, participants have been known to tense up. Throats are cleared, ties straightened, hair adjusted. Then: lights, camera, action.

The growing ubiquity of videoconferencing has changed the dynamic of the business meeting. The concept got a boost during the Great Recession, as business travel was cut back to save on costs. It helped to give the technology greater traction: WinterGreen Research predicted that telepresence markets would grow to $12.8 billion by 2018, with strong growth across three key markets segments — immersive, conference room, and end point — concluding, “People feel more a part of a meeting when they are connected by video.”

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