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Video vs. Web conferencing in MeetingPlace

Hi all,

we can find the terminology Video and Web conferencing with MeetingPlace. Pratically, what is the difference ?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Video vs. Web conferencing in MeetingPlace

Hi -

Web conferencing uses a web page from your PC workstation to connect to the conference. From this interface, you can share your desktop or applications (such as a WORD or Excel document); request remote control of an end user's PC to assist with troubleshooting; annotate shared documents; record the audio portions of meetings; text message meeting participants; basically manage meeting content and participants (if you are the scheduler/manager you can mute participants etc.). Video uses either web cams, Video enabled IP phone models, or H.323/SIP based videoconferencing endpoints (like Polycom, Tandberg, Sony, Cisco's Telepresence systems etc.) to connect room sized equipment. MeetingPlace can schedule these endpoints as resources in a meeting.

Ginger

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