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Hot Off the Press: The 2013 Edition of Telepresence Options Magazine - The B2B Video Issue!!

June 10, 2013 | Howard Lichtman

Video Conferencing Magazine

The 2013 issue of Telepresence Options Magazine and the 2013 print edition of the Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog have arrived! If you are reading this and haven't yet subscribed you have missed our free hard copy distribution, BUT you can still get instant access the iPad-friendly digital edition and subscribe for 2014.� You can also buy hard copies, which we recommend. As long-time subscribers will tell you, we don't so much publish a magazine as a yearly reference work on a different topic of visual collaboration.� A common question I get is "Why do you publish hard copies in the age of digital distribution?" My stock answer is: "Because I want people to read it!"

Let's face it, Digital has a lot of advantages: instantaneous, global, and free. BUT if you are a serious reader and enjoy the printed word, or want to tuck this away as a reference, or if you really want to share with a colleague or a senior executive, then nothing beats print. If you are looking to share the success and ROI that Deloitte has achieved with a tier one video program, or want to share the B2B video tips with your VNOC staff, or want to educate your product management team or sales organization on the competitive landscape, then buy them hard copies.

If you subscribed before June 8th then you can expect to receive your double issue in about two weeks. �

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Telepresence Options Magazine - 2013 Issue

The Summer 2013 issue of TPO Magazine is focused on Inter-Company video and features:

    • Deloitte: Open for Business at the Speed of Light: An inside look at how Deloitte is connecting to 185 companies a month, generating revenue from their video program, saving their clients money, and making their expertise available globally. The most in-depth look at a Fortune 100 visual collaboration program ever.

    • Business-to-Business Video: How organizations are cutting costs, improving productivity, and enhancing collaboration by connecting with their supply and demand chains.

    • Business-to-Consumer Video: How video is enabling organizations to connect with customers, enhance their brand, and provide subject matter experts anywhere.

    • WebRTC - A Reality Check: �Telepresence Options talks to some of the industry's leading players to cut through the hype around WebRTC.

    • Robotic Telepresence: Tale of the Tape 2013 - We compare the new crop of telepresence robots and look at the state of the industry and future trends.

    • Implementing B2B Videoconferencing- Consider the Ballerina: One of the industry's most sophisticated VNOC architects explains what it takes and provides "news you can use".

    • Visual Collaboration for Agile Software Development & Scrum: Agile and Scrum are revolutionizing software and hardware development but how do you get everyone on the same page when your teams are scattered across the country or world? �

  • The Video Migraine - Videoconferencing security, governance, and business continuity - One Step at a Time!

The 2013 Print Edition of the Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog

  • The Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog: The print version of the world's most comprehensive buyer's guide and sourcebook for visual collaboration solutions you never knew existed.
    • Detailed profiles of 21 of the leading companies in visual collaboration
    • 35 Full-page detailed "Solution Snapshots" including: telepresence environments, videoconferencing, robotic telepresence, cloud video solutions, and mobile video.
    • 53 Quarter-page "Catalog Entries" from our on-line Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog @

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