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Video Conferencing

The video conferencing industry is one steeped in technology. Professionals within this business must have extensive knowledge of electronics, software, hardware, online capabilities, and voice over network protocol. They may have backgrounds in information technology, and may have attended college for their bachelor's degree or higher. They often work for large companies but some work independently.

Stores that sell video conferencing equipment may sell products like cameras, desktop computers, phones, and projectors. Sales associates can help customers find the system they need that encompasses the technology they require. Technicians can visit the client's location to install all the necessary equipment for conducting online meetings. They can explain in detail how the call center works, and which phone numbers to call to get started in a web conference meeting.

Providers of video conferencing equipment may sell or rent telecommunications systems, audio visual systems, remote control systems, and digital mobile systems. They may also sell used equipment at a discount. They often feature regular sales on particular equipment such as cameras.

Many video conferencing providers have sites on the Internet where people can chat live online and exchange data with others in a corporate setting, for example. Some web-based providers offer a free initial video conference to entice clients to sign up for the service. In-house video conferencing requires much more set-up and installation. For this, qualified technicians can set up audio/visual equipment, camera, software and hardware.

Using the latest in technology, video conferencing professionals can advise on the best systems for the money, and hook business clients up with a system that works well for them.

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Backstage Video Write review for this local business
2031 Smallwood Dr, Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 828-5926  
North American Video Write review for this local business
2031 Smallwood Dr, Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 828-5880  
Regus Write review for this local business
8601 Six Forks Rd Ste 400, Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 676-5300  
Videolink Write review for this local business
8149 Lakista Point Ln, Garner, NC 27529
(919) 772-4990  
Video Systems of The Carolina's Inc Write review for this local business
140 Preston Executive Dr, Cary, NC 27513
(919) 469-9990  
Backstage Video Write review for this local business
200 Forest Hills Dr, Garner, NC 27529
(919) 779-9528  
Verizon Wireless Write review for this local business
6501 Weston Pkwy, Cary, NC 27513
(919) 678-1601  
Regus Write review for this local business
1000 Centre Green Way Ste 200, Cary, NC 27513
(919) 228-6500  
Video Systems of The Carolinas Inc Write review for this local business
7800 Airport Center Dr Ste 401, Greensboro, NC 27409
(336) 854-9994  
Do your research online to decide exactly which type of video conferencing equipment you need. Video conferencing involves telecommunications systems, audio, groupware technology, input, output, data transfer, remote control components, projectors, multipoint software, frame relay networks, VOIP, chat, and mobile systems. Decide whether you want a rental or a purchase, new or used. Meet with a few different video conferencing telecommunications equipment dealers to get an idea of professionalism, cost, product quality, and bulk discount, such as for a large company. Inquire about what types of online meeting and video telecommunications equipment are available on the market today, and which models are the best for your price range. Find out whether the company is part of a local, national or international entity. Does the company have a website you can browse for further information? Ask about any discount prices and deals going on at the moment. You want to choose a company that has a solid reputation in the video conferencing and online meeting industry, with attention to detail and many satisfied clients. Whether you need remote controls, projectors, mobile systems, data transfer, groupware, or multipoint software, video conferencing equipment dealers can help with your needs. Look up some electronics stores in your area and pop in to try out the equipment and compare brands and price. Before you buy anything, though, make sure you've done thorough research on the items you want. Be sure to check out reviews and product background before purchasing a system or going with a rental.