Why Video Communication is Poised for Explosive Growth in 2015

Written by Dave Tidler, Media Services Solutions Architect, Yorktel.

If you think video conferencing technology, streaming media, and webcast technologies aren’t changing as rapidly as other technologies, you need to think again. A 2013 survey conducted by Ragan Communications and Ignite Technologies involving 713 corporate communicators — including company …


Courts look to video collaboration to cut costs and improve public safety

In early December, the Polycom Public Sector team had the opportunity to attend an exciting annual conference – e-Courts 2014. This event, which is sponsored by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), brings together IT solution providers and thought leaders with IT people from the court system …


The history of CWOW: Passionate, proactive educators utilize VTC to overcome geographic challenges

Imagine being an instructor 12 years ago in the far reaches of Alaska, yearning for access to more educational opportunities for your students and more collaboration with your peers.

Now, imagine pulling dusty, slightly outdated videoconferencing equipment out of a closet, with the vague notion that the solution to your …


The trends, policies and technologies driving telemental health adoption – a Q&A with Dr. Marlene Maheu

In our last post on the Public Sector View, we featured part one of a two-part interview with Dr. Marlene M. Maheu, the Executive Director of the Telemental Health Institute, Inc. and a speaker in the upcoming Webinar entitled, “TeleMental Health and Healthcare Reform: Learn how telehealth extends