Friday May 29, 2020

Video Conferencing: Capturing the imagination

Organisations are becoming more and more creative when it comes to integrating video conferencing technology.

1st March, 2015

Video is not all about connecting with people from a sterile, office environment. Organisations of all types are using online, face-to-face communications in more creative ways.

Eircom is running an innovative pilot project in music education, according to Enda Doyle, director of business development and innovation for Eircom business solutions. “The College of Music at NUI, Galway is using video to teach music. Instead of having to send the teacher around the country, he or...

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