Friday, 16 October 2015

What is the Video Conferening. How is it beneficial for Users?

Videoconferencing is a solution to conduct a conference/meeting among two or more participants at different locations by transmitting audio and video data. 
If two people want to do video conferencing, they do much like a video calling. To set a video conferencing, each participant should have a video camera, microphone and speakers mounted on his/her computer. As the two participants speak to one another, their voices are carried over the network and delivered to the other's speakers, and whatever images appear in front of the video camera appear in a window on the other participant's monitor.
Multi-point videoconferencing allows three or more participants to sit in a virtual conference room and communicate as if they were sitting right next to each other. 

Benefits of Video Conferencing:

Reduces travel costs:
Most businesses and organizations have to travel to meet and discuss with business partners, attend board meetings and client meetings. Video conferencing delivers face to face communication without leaving your workspace allowing businesses to reduce travel costs.
Increases productivity
Face to face communication and being able to share data at the same time increases productivity. Participants are able to see facial expressions of video conference users which make the conversation highly productive.
Saves time
Save time by instantly connecting with video conferencing users. The hours saved by eliminating journey time makes video conferencing a cost effective solution.
Share presentations, data and media
As well as communicating over video, many video conferencing solutions allow users to share presentations, data, and other media whilst on a video conference call. 
Improved Communication
Video conferencing restores many visual cues necessary in long distance communication.  For example, eye contact enables us to ‘get’ a message from a speaker that voice communication alone may not successfully convey, creating essential social bonds and shared understandings.

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