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  1. Donna Martin
    July 26, 2013

    also, employees like me don’t have drive through heavy traffic or traverse multiple floors in the office building to get to a meeting

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  2. Karen
    July 28, 2013

    Conferences are so boring. Who needs that`?

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  3. GDP
    July 29, 2013

    This technology really made a lot of convenience!

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  4. Lisa R
    July 31, 2013

    The doctor conferencing is great especially for old people who can’t get out all that often but I think a follow up visit should also come after when they are up and able to go. In person is the best way to check on your health

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  5. veronica lee
    August 2, 2013

    I am all for ATMs with video conferencing capabilities. This would certainly be more secure besides allowing customers to speak with tellers beyond normal business hours.

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  6. Gabriella Pintac
    August 5, 2013

    No more excuse for being late then lol!

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  7. saima kaneez
    August 6, 2013

    good tips

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  8. Home4Puppies
    August 8, 2013

    The idea of video-visiting a doctor is actually pretty genius! I never thought of that. Hopefully it won’t encourage even more laziness and obesity, though…

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  9. Cielo of Brown Pinay
    August 9, 2013

    This is indeed a cost efficient way of having a meeting/conference, this is good for multi-sites offices, we are actually using this in our office.

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  10. Maria Iemma
    August 9, 2013

    The technology has helped businesses keep down expenses. Employees no longer need to travel to meetings — a win win for both.

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  11. Lynzi cook
    August 13, 2013

    I live whoever invented this! I’ve had to use it, and it saves me the hassle, time, and money it takes to go into work for a 45 minute meeting!

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  12. Tim
    August 16, 2013

    What a great post. I agree — video conferencing will become more prevalent in the medical field in the future. I also think remote learning is the ‘future’ for education — all of the bricks and mortar is so expensive.

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