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The common sense guide to video conferencing on ADSL circuits

In a perfect world all video conferencing systems would need guaranteed symmetric upload and download bandwidth in order to provide the best video quality possible, for both incoming and outgoing video. The reality of broadband internet in the UK is a different matter entirely. ADSL is still the most prominent form of broadband. In rural areas, it…

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Involve improves collaboration with clickshare

Involve has been named a certified Barco Clickshare Gold Partner. Barco’s ClickShare allows users to connect, communicate and collaborate by mirroring their computer screen content on meeting room displays. With a simple press of a button the presenter can connect with a meeting room’s video system automatically displaying the screen’s content in the most optimal way.  This helps…

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Survey shows video consultations welcomed by patients

Video consultations are set to prove increasingly popular with patients and Health Care Professionals according to a survey carried out by the UKs leading Telemedicine provider, Immedicare The research follows on the back of the Government’s announcement late last year to provide £50 million for GPs to help increase access to out of hours GP…

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Telemedicine- A real alteration to ambulances

Some of you out there may have come across this headline over the couple of weeks.. it reads: The number of over-90s brought to A&E by ambulance in England has risen over the past five years, NHS data shows. There were 300,039 trips in 2012-13 compared to 147,325 in 2007-08 – a rise of 104%,…

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A new year brings a new challenge

As a servant of the audio-visual and visual-communications industries for over 25 years, I look forward to the 2014 challenge with more enthusiasm than I have done for a number of years.  So, why might a head of sales be enthusiastic anything during times of global recession? I am a fan of technology, a self-confessed…

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