Videoconferencing Demystified: Making Video Services Work

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 338 pages
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This text aims to provide everything necessary to successfully deploy video-conferencing in a meeting, training or conference environment. Key features include: benefits versus liabilities of video conferences; purchasing / renting / using key components and equipment; and key technologies - streaming media, web conferencing, IP multicasting and LAN capacity.

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Steven Shepard is a professional writer and educator specializing in international telecommunications. He is the author of four well-received books: Telecommunications Convergence, SONET/SDH Demystified, Optical Networking Crash Course, and Telecom Crash Course. Formerly with Hill Associates, now President of the Shepard Communications Group, he conducts seminars and workshops on telecom topics around the country. He lives in Williston, Vermont.

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