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Focus on Video Conferencing

 

 

Video conferencing empowers state and local agencies to serve citizens better

 
  In This Issue: Focus on Video Conferencing

REMOTE: Law Library Serves Users In Satellite Locations
TELEPRESENCE: Systems Curtail Travel
BANDWIDTH: 5 Tips to Support Video Traffic
REVIEW: Polycom Telepresence m100

December 2011  

 
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Case Study  

Video Conferencing Links Citizens with Librarians
Kern County Law Library serves a satellite location with interactive video

People drive long distances to get their legal questions answered in the heart of California farm country. Now they can stay closer to home thanks to a Polycom video conferencing deployment at another site.

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Tech Trends  

Video Conferencing Encourages Collaboration
Agencies deploy desktop systems to support telemedicine and telework

The Michigan Department of Corrections and the Oregon Department of Education save money, reduce travel time and boost productivity with desktop video conferencing and web camera rollouts.

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Tech Tips  

Optimizing Video Conferencing
Try these five strategies for delivering high-quality video traffic

Extending video conferencing to the desktop creates unpredictable traffic flows, but you can take steps to maximize available bandwidth while minimizing network costs.

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Product Review  

Polycom Telepresence m100
Software works with most desktop and notebook PCs

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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Video:
Moving Toward Mobile
Government

Meeting the needs of the public and the demands of their own workers compels state and local governments to embrace mobility.

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Feature

Building a Case for Technology: Evidence presentation carts, video conferencing and digital court reporting deliver efficiencies while facilitating better jurisprudence.


Reference Guide

Unified Communications and Collaboration: Connecting staff and resources for greater organizational efficiency.


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