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Building the business webcam use case; solving common install issues
Any organization considering a video conferencing deployment or looking to enhance a video system may want to consider a business webcam -- especially for a desktop video deployment. While many laptops and mobile devices come with built-in webcams, the use case remains to bring an external webcam into the enterprise.
That's what our video conferencing expert, Stephen K. Campbell, says in this Q&A with Tessa L. Parmenter. Campbell is an IT consultant specializing in telepresence, video conferencing and network infrastructure, with more than 21 years of IT experience at biomedical lab equipment manufacturer Beckman Coulter Inc. As director of network services within the company, Campbell managed its global wide area network, local area network, telephony, video, email, SharePoint and document management services for 10,000 employees. On top of his consulting services, today he regularly answers questions about corporate video for SearchUnifiedCommunications members.
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