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8/25/14 – New Video Conferencing Site – Dickinson, North Dakota

We are pleased to announce our new video conferencing location in Dickinson, North Dakota.

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We are pleased to announce our new video conferencing location in Dickinson, North Dakota.

Our new conference room is convenient, fully-supported and provides quality video conferencing for depositions, meetings, court appearances, and more.

Call 888-344-4472 or schedule here.

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Dickinson Video Conferencing Site

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06/28/12 – Free Up Your Summer…and still get your work done.

In our latest newsletter, we give you some examples of how using our video conferencing network can help you free up time in the summer, and still get your business taken care of.

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5/14/2012 – WHAT IF TRIAL DIRECTOR WAS AVAILABLE FOR THE IPAD? GREAT NEWS! IT IS!

With the lightning speed at which lawyers are adopting the iPad technology, we now have a new player in the iPad software game…with many years’ experience in the courtroom presentation arena. The iPad is definitely the wave of the future – for smaller cases. According to the ABA’s 2011 legal technology survey, the iPad is used by 89 percent of those lawyers who use a tablet device for work-related tasks and 15 percent of respondents used a tablet to conduct work while outside of their primary workplace. For firms with more than 500 attorneys, that number increased to 26 percent. (Click Link Above to Read the Entire Article and See Features)

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5/8/12 – The TeleHuman is a life-size, 3D video chat pod straight out of your sci-fi dreams

The TeleHuman is a life-size video conferencing display pod which uses ten Microsoft Kinect sensors to help “beam” your image into another pod, enabling 3D chat between two people as if they were both in the same room.

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01/03/12 – VIDEOCONFERENCING IN 2012: GAINING SPEED

Unified communications will become essential to business, thanks to gains in business continuity and productivity it brings.

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12/15/11 – VIDEO CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS: THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE DETAILS

A paper by SearchUnifiedCommuncations.com, this resource discovers the benefits of video conferencing while providing important questions you should ask vendors before making your system purchase.

• How to meet your customers’ needs
• Video conferencing use case samples
• Providers at a glace
• And more!

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11/30/11 – MURMURATION: NATURE AMAZES

A chance encounter and shared moment with one of nature’s greatest and most fleeting phenomena.

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11/28/11 – Research: Video-conferencing to see CAGR of 19% through 2015

Here’s more research that says the videoconferencing market is booming.

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Research: Video-conferencing to see CAGR of 19% through 2015

November 28, 2011

Here’s more research that says the videoconferencing market is booming. Frost and Sullivan reports the market grew nearly 20 percent in 2010 and raked in $225.6 million in revenue. It forecasts the market will keep up that pace and see a compound annual growth rate of 19 percent between 2010 and 2015, with revenues expected in the range of $538.2 million.

Interoperability issues and high costs continue to hamper its growth, said Frost & Sullivan’s Melanie Turek in the soon-to-be-release report.

The complexity of delivering quality video is pushing large enterprises to opt for videoconferencing via a managed service offering–a trend that will help drive that segment to a CAGR of 20 percent and revenues of $374.1 million by 2015, up from $150.5 million in 2010. Telepresence will see its share of that segment grow to 44.3 percent in 2015 from 9.5 percent in 2010, the study said.

Medium-sized businesses will trend toward outsourcing videoconferencing system operations to service providers, focusing on their core competencies instead. A prime service provider customer will be SMBs looking to avoid the expensive buy-in to videoconferencing systems, helping hosted services grow to $164.1 million by 2015, a CAGR of 16.9 percent.

Containing expenses continues to be a driver for adoption of video conferencing, the study shows, citing Polycom (Nasdaq: PLCM) research that showed enterprises can save 30 percent on travel costs, lower time-to-market by 24 percent, reduce training costs by 25 percent, trim recruitment times by 19 percent and shrink sales-related costs by 24 percent by adopting videoconferencing.

The Frost & Sullivan report said Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) saw T&E savings of 14 to 20 percent for its European Services unit by embracing collaboration via videoconferencing and telepresence.

The report also says businesses have to cope with fewer transportation delays, less administrative time spent planning trips and a reduction in lost productivity during travel.

http://www.fierceenterprisecommunications.com/story/research-video-conferencing-see-cagr-19-through-2015/2011-11-28

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11/09/11 – Obama calls for cuts in travel spending, increased use of video conferencing

Cutting government waste-start with the swag! November 9th, 2011 www.cnn.com Excerpt: “The latest plan aims to cut spending by 20% on travel, technology and federal vehicles.  The administration is directing agencies to cut back on travel and conference-related spending and instead use video conferences and webinars.”

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Cutting government waste-start with the swag!

November 9th, 2011

www.cnn.com

Excerpt:

“The latest plan aims to cut spending by 20% on travel, technology and federal vehicles.  The administration is directing agencies to cut back on travel and conference-related spending and instead use video conferences and webinars.”

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