The New Promise of Video Teleconferencing

Tyson, John
June 1985
FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Jun1985, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p41
Trade Publication
The article evaluates the benefits of video teleconferencing in various corporate programs. Today, for an increasing number of companies, video teleconferencing is indeed a reality, reducing travel costs, boosting productivity, and improving the quality of management decision-making. This technology gives corporations the ability to hold meetings, seminars, and conferences with participants who can communicate, interact and, most importantly, react among themselves, as if they were actually present at the same location. Perhaps more than any single area, adapting video teleconferencing to the needs of corporate training programs has reaped significant rewards.


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