January 29, 2008 By News Report
"The shift to an IP environment that enables unified communications, presence, and mobile integration provides a technological environment where traditional video conferencing, as well as telepresence can become synergistic elements," says David Lemelin, In-Stat analyst.
Recent research by In-Stat found the following:
The research, "Video Conferencing: US End-User and Decision Maker Perspectives" (#IN0703829CT), covers the U.S. market for video conferencing. This end-user and decision-maker analysis explores how video conferencing is currently used, the drivers of adoption and use, as well as challenges facing decision-makers. Current and planned capabilities, specific facilities and environments where video conferencing is used, as well as corporate policies, and satisfaction levels, are explored. Analysis includes the opinions of former video conferencing users, those who choose not to use available video conferencing capabilities, and those planning to adopt video conferencing capabilities.
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