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Video Calling: The Case for Interoperability – Part 3

January 30, 2013
at 2:00 pm PST

Video calling is changing the world we live in.  Healthcare is using video conferencing to provide services by doctors to patients in rural areas or those too ill to travel.  Schools use video calling to enable their students to interact with experts and professionals across the country without having to leave the classroom.  And courts are increasingly using video communications for specialized skills, such as language interpretation.

All of these rapid advancements will make a greater impact if our technologies work together. In a recent Cisco study, two-thirds of respondents believe that innovation is what keeps companies growing, that innovation is fostered through interoperable devices, and that it’s better if companies agree to common standards without government intervention. As new technologies are formed, these innovations are the fuel for economic growth and community well-being.  It’s important to understand the role that interoperability plays in forming our technological foundation.

Interoperability infographic

 

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  1. thanks 4 introducing this video call and I really like it..

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    • February 1, 2013 at 6:09 am

      Glad you liked it Franc. Do you currently use video collaboration technologies for work?

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