Mobile Videoconferencing Arrives

By James A. Martin | Posted September 02, 2010

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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