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Business Video Conferencing: Telepresence for Every Budget

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    Chris Talbot

 
 
 
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LifeSize Passport"Telepresence in the palm of your hand" is how LifeSize describes its portable telepresence product. The system provides an HD video telepresence system in a small, compact form factor about the size of the palm of your hand.Price tag: Starting at $2499
When travel costs are on the rise and CFOs are cutting back on T&E, can a company really save money by using video conferencing? Some companies think so. Data from ABI Research shows that telepresence revenue grew to $567 million in 2009, and will grow to $2.7 billion by 2015. Telepresence can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Or you can get it for as low as $2500. Here are Channel Insider's Telepresence solutions for every budget.
This article was originally published on 2010-07-19