Video conferencing is widely used in various industries including education, health care, business services, etc. It allows business partners, clients and employees to communicate real-timely and effectively.
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Video conferencing is taking place everywhere: from desktops at work, from conference rooms, from mobile devices, from universities, from home offices, and from coffee shops when we work remotely.
In our previous articles, we have already talked about European, North American, Latin American and Asia E-learning market. Today, we will continue with Middle.
In the old days, students have to sit in the same classroom in order to get education. However, with the development of science and technology, students from across the world can study together with the powerful video conferencing program regardless of time and location.
Self-paced eLearning revenues in Africa reached USD250.9 million in 2011 and will more than double to USD512.7 million by 2016, according to a new Ambient.
Online interviewing is a trend on the rise, and HR is constantly having to reinvent itself to keep up with modern technology trends.
The growth rate for Self-paced eLearning in Western Europe is 5.8% and revenues will reach $8.1 billion by 2016, up from $6.1 billion in 2011, according to a new Ambient Insight report.
Video conferencing is now convenient and affordable due to the advancement of technology. There are several ways, outside of the traditional out-of-state deposition setting, to use video conferencing to your advantage. Video conferencing is now convenient and affordable due to the advancement of technology.