Maybe it’s the $4 per gallon gas prices or perhaps people are tired of traveling 6-8 hours for one 45-minute meeting. Maybe it’s the advances in networking technologies and services or the pricking of our environmental consciences. Maybe it’s because the world really is a global village today or because we’re in the middle of a communication revolution. Whatever the reason, videoconferencing is gaining momentum in all kinds of fields, not just your typical corporate business.
Despite concerns about the fairness and validity of using videoconferencing in judicial proceedings, videoconferencing is being widely used in courts in many countries today including Australia, Slovenia, Malaysia, India, Hungary, England, and France. In the U.S., it has been used since before Continue reading