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Video's New Vanguard: Videoconferencing Suppliers Enabling Broader Access To More Devices
<p><a href="http://www.businesstravelnews.com/Business-Travel-Research/Video-s-New-Vanguard--Videoconferencing-Suppliers-Enabling-Broader-Access-To-More-Devices/?ida=Technology&a=btn" target="_blank">Story: Chris Davis / BusinessTravelNews</a></p>
<p>Powered by technological advances that, among other capabilities, permit users to include participants with mobile phones, tablets and desktop browsers in increasingly high-quality videoconferences, new entrants and longtime suppliers alike are helping corporate clients make better use of videoconferencing equipment.</p>
<p>Maturing technology means that tools used within corporate programs can establish through cloud-based software and other systems multipoint connections without traditional bridges. It also means, perhaps, slower growth for full-room, immersive telepresence systems. Meanwhile, corporations' reliance on remote conferencing generally, according to a BTN survey conducted in January and February, has not waned. Only 12 percent of 108 meeting and travel manager respondents indicated that their organizations during the prior six months hadn't conducted any such conferences.</p>
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