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Video conferencing makes sense for many businesses
FARGO, N.D. - Improved technology, lower costs and social trends are driving more companies to use video conferencing in the workplace, and doing so has provided those companies a number of benefits.
Video conferencing allows businesses to hold meetings and conduct interviews without leaving the workplace. It cuts down on time-consuming travel and the associated costs.
Gate City Bank invested in video conference technology late last year. Tom Jabens, senior vice president and information technology manager, said they saw cost savings and other efficiencies right away.
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