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This book chapter shows you how to make the business case for IP video and offer practical guidance for successful implementation. To demonstrate IP video at work, it also presents an extensive set of case studies from large, medium-size, and small companies in many leading industries.
Using today's rich new IP-based technologies for video, voice, and Web collaboration, businesses can streamline and accelerate processes, increase productivity, and improve both top and bottom lines.
In "The Power of IP Video," a team of Cisco experts shows you exactly how to make the most of these powerful new IP video solutions. Writing for both business and technical decision makers, the authors present new best practices for optimizing virtually any program or process and for improving collaboration between virtually every employee, customer, supplier, and stakeholder.
The authors show you how to make the business case for IP video and offer practical guidance for successful implementation. To demonstrate IP video at work, they also present an extensive set of case studies from large, medium-size, and small companies in many leading industries.
This excerpt contains the books entire second chapter entitled, "The Way We Work." This chapter discusses how the quad-play technologies of voice, video, web and mobility are transforming the traditional work environment by enabling collaboration and employees to conduct business any time, from any location, using any device.
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