[teknoids] Consumerization of Video Conferencing

Sparks, Michael Michael.Sparks at law.lsu.edu
Wed Aug 17 17:59:14 EDT 2011


'Noids,

A recent conversation about video conferencing has brought up the question of the relevance of the consumerization of video conferencing. Is it folly to spend big bucks on Cisco (or other) desktop video conferencing systems when Skype is free, has excellent quality and has a massive user base? For very small conference/interview rooms, is consumer video conferencing sufficient, or even preferable given its ease of use and proliferation? What is the future for enterprise (Cisco/Polycom/LifeSize) video conferencing at law schools?

Thanks,
Michael
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J. Michael Sparks
Director of Computing Services
Louisiana State University Law Center
michael.sparks at law.lsu.edu<mailto:michael.sparks at law.lsu.edu>
225/578.8717 (f) 225/578-4682
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