Court reporter videoconferencing and why it works

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting,, JCR WeeklyLawyer David J. Berardinelli and paralegal Gavin Jensen talk about a recent international arbitration they held via videoconference in a Nov. 27 post on the Constance Lee & Company blog. Berardinelli and Jensen shared a few advantages to videoconferencing, including being able to see the witness in person without having to spend money on travel.

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Tips to make your mobile videoconference great

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting,, JCR WeeklyA blog posted on Aug. 31 by JD Supra offers a number of tips to help ensure mobile videoconferencing goes smoothly. Among the tips: Have a strong cellular or WiFi signals, be sure the cell phone battery is fully charged, and use an earpiece or headset to help get the best audio possible.

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Steno Services enhances videoconferencing abilities

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting,, JCR WeeklyOklahoma-based Steno Services announced in a press release issued Aug.28 that it has designed a videoconferencing suite that is fully mobile.

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Minneapolis court reporting firm Depo International debuts mobile video conferencing

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting,, JCR WeeklyDepo International, Minneapolis, Minn., announced in a press release issued July 28 that it has incorporated mobile video conferencing opportunities in order to help clients as effectively as possible.

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Arizona’s Herder & Associates expands technological services

JCR logoA press release issued March 10 announced that Arizona-based Herder & Associates now offers live videoconferencing, which allows lawyers to connect with one of the firm’s deposition suites.

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Regus increases video communications network

Regus is a provider of flexible workplaces, with products and services ranging from fully equipped offices to professional meeting rooms, business lounges, and the world’s largest network of video communication studios.

Regus’ network of video communication studios offers customers access to Public Telepresence rooms at more than 300 locations in the Americas, allowing users to expand the reach of video conferencing with clients, partners, and suppliers outside of their enterprise with business class quality of service options.

Additionally, Regus’ recent upgrade to High Definition Telepresence systems operating over IP and the expansion of its network to add up to 200 centers this year with the new technology have made it even easier to save time and money on short haul travel.

Regus enables people to work their way, whether it’s from home, on the road, or from an office.

More than a million customers a day benefit from Regus facilities spread across a global footprint of 1,200 locations in 550 cities and 95 countries, which allows individuals and companies to work wherever, however, and whenever they want to.

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