Mobile Videoconferencing Arrives

by James A. Martin

Get ready to add videoconferencing to your bag of mobile computing tricks thanks to the latest smartphones and tablet PCs. We look at what's here now and what's coming soon to a smartphone near you.

It all started with Apple's iPhone 4, and now Cisco's upcoming Cius tablet plus a host of other devices, services, mobile apps and accessories -- is part of a burgeoning mobile videoconferencing trend. Staying connected with clients, customers, colleagues and employees throughout the day – no matter where your day takes you --- is crucial for small business.

Adding videoconferencing to your mobile business communications mix makes sense, given how a little face time can go a long way to building business relationships, and especially given the affordability of mobile device technology's become, even for small business owners. EnterpriseMobileToday.com has the details.

Just a year ago, videoconferencing on a smartphone or tablet computer seemed a vaguely futuristic concept. Fast-forward to summer 2010. Suddenly, in the wake of new and upcoming products such as Apple's FaceTime app on the iPhone 4 and Cisco's Cius tablet -- the era of ultra-mobile videoconferencing has arrived.

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This article was originally published on Thursday Sep 2nd 2010
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