Chapter 11. Cisco Video Communication Server and Expressway Deployment

The adoption of video and video technologies has increased multifold in recent years. Users have embraced the use of video-capable devices such as cell phones and even web technologies such as Skype, Microsoft Lync, and WebEx for video enablement of traditional communications. No longer is it “acceptable” to have a standard audio-only conversation; most users welcome the addition of video because it adds a more personable characteristic to a traditional conversation. Being able to see visual expressions and the person you are communicating with gives the caller a sense of connectivity not achieved with a standard audio-only call. Cisco has embraced video technologies, and ...

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