Truman (CVN 75) sailors and embarked CVW-3 crew members had the opportunity to speak to loved ones back home through unclassified video teleconferencing (VTC) in February.
What does VTEL stand for?
VTEL stands for Video Teleconferencing
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Companies and building owners alike have come to recognize the value of video teleconferencing facilities.
To date, several FBI field offices, FBI Headquarters, and the FBI Academy have installed video teleconferencing equipment that allows them to transmit two-way audio and video in real time.
Video teleconferencing One of the great challenges organizations have faced for decades is finding a better way to collaborate across distances without grappling with the cost and wasted time of corporate travel.
Video teleconferencing was once mostly the promise of a brave new world in business communication.