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The Latest Issue of Telepresence Options Magazine is Now On-Line

June 26, 2012 | William Zimmerman
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The latest issue of Telepresence Options Magazine is now available on-line and if you act quickly you can get a hard copy delivered via snail mail as well. The magazine has a new look, a new digital version that is iPad friendly, and twice as many subscribers as last year.  Our latest edition focuses on the "Big Iron" that makes telepresence and visual collaboration work on the back end: videoconferencing infrastructure, managed services, cloud computing, internetworking, and videoconferencing security.  As usual it is more than a traditional magazine... It is a reference work with "news you can use" that you are going to want to tuck away and refer back to again and again.  Subscribe for free by noon on Thursday, June 28th and get a hard copy delivered via Snail Mail.

The Summer 2012 Issue Includes:

Videoconferencing Infrastructure: A Primer - The basics of the "Big Iron" that make telepresence and videoconferencing possible
The Cloud, Videoconferencing, and You - Everybody's talking about the cloud. What does it mean for videoconferencing?
The Great Debate: The Case for Building Your Own VNOC vs. The Case for Managed Services - A Fortune 500 videoconferencing manager with a VNOC and 500+ rooms explains why they do it all themselves
Internetworking Telepresence and Videoconferencing - Terrestrial, satellite, Internet, and mobile networks for video
Videoconferencing Security - Present and future threats
The Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog

Get instant access to the digital version by subscribing here: http://www.TelepresenceOptions.com/magazine

Subscribe by Noon on Thursday, June 28th and get a free hardcopy in the mail as well! 






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