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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/31/2016 4:00:20 PM
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And I also think new video streaming is important for businesses to look at and use as a tool to make them a better team and keep their customers interested.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
11/30/2016 7:35:17 PM
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Yes, I think that would be the best. Haha, don't know if it's something that could happen soon. Persoanlly, I hate talking on the phone for long periods of time.

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DHagar
DHagar
11/7/2016 5:30:03 PM
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@dcawrey, well there is a great use.  That can truly bring remote monitoring/service to life.  A valued extension and cost effective support system.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
11/7/2016 9:07:48 AM
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@dcawrey - I completely agree! I am very much looking forward to streaming opening up the possibilities for more remote work. I would absolutely love to have a job where I could work remotely, but most of them require large amounts of phone time right now. A job where I could work remotely without spending a lot of time on the phone would be ideal, to say the least. 

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Adi
Adi
11/7/2016 4:46:56 AM
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@mhhf1ve - Definitely agree, and perhaps saying it's not "exciting" is not really fair. What I was trying to say was that video communications as a basic capability is not new - it's existed for a long time, for conferencing, internal messaging (i.e., CEO speeches) and external marketing. So it's not news, as such. But there are a host of new applications and technologies that are making it more pervasive, easier and cheaper to implement and use -- and that is exciting. Your example of internal training for a new generation of employees is a perfect case in point.

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batye
batye
11/6/2016 7:06:15 PM
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@dcawrey it will be new game changer as Co. will use it as a great tool 

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dcawrey
dcawrey
11/6/2016 1:00:03 PM
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The explosion in streaming video has caused companies to realize it will be a tool in the future of work. One of the things I am most excited about is the potential for video to be used to better manage remote teams. 

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DHagar
DHagar
11/4/2016 8:23:10 PM
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@mhhf1ve - that is a great example of a useful application of video.  That can really enhance the capabilities for training.  It can also provide a roadmap for education use.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
11/4/2016 2:38:54 PM
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Thanks for the clarification, Adi.

> "Video being used for marketing or internal communication is hardly an exciting, new video application. But we are seeing more of it -- ie, more pervasive use of video for needs within enterprises. So that could count as as productive video, even though its for communication."

However, even though internal communication isn't exciting, I think it'll actually become more and more useful and popular. Internal training and marketing videos speak to the "Youtube howto" generation who aren't going to read a technical manual.

 

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batye
batye
11/4/2016 12:14:22 PM
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@Adi thanks for the link and info - interesting to know...

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