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Conferencing Brings Order in Court
Polycom video conferencing systems in courtrooms in Council Bluffs, Davenport and Des Moines, Iowa, allow judges to hold hearings without commuting from their jurisdictions. The solution boosts productivity and puts defendants in front of judges sooner.
Video Conferencing Fosters Collaboration
The Defense Acquisition University deploys Polycom desktop video technology for teaching and meetings, while NASA pilots various systems to simplify collaboration.
Optimizing Video Conferencing
Extending video conferencing to the desktop creates unpredictable traffic flows, but you can take steps to maximize available bandwidth while minimizing network costs.
Polycom Telepresence m100
Polycom's web-based video conferencing package makes it easy for roving and remote users to join a meeting. Telepresence m100 integrates with standards-based conferencing systems.
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