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Technology once confined within the walls of the office is now in our pockets, our hospitals and our police stations

6th March, 2016
Sean Holohan, managing director, Videnda Distribution

Conversations can happen any time, for any reason, with any person from anywhere around the globe. The market is redefining the limits of this technology; clients are pushing for simplicity and increased integration with their devices, while providers are continually pushing the boundaries of power and interconnectivity, competing to provide the best service on offer.

Video-conferencing technology is now also being used by police, hospitals and fire brigades.

At Videnda, the video-conferencing specialists are working...

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