Georgia to test smart-phone video conferencing

Georgia's Department of Public Health is planning to test video conferencing technology on mobile devices, Government Technology reports. The cloud-based video service would allow staff members to video conference from Windows desktop computers to Apple mobile devices.

The department has used video conferencing for meetings and training, and more recently it has been used for telemedicine, the article said.

It plans to test the PerfectMeetings Video from vendor Applied Global Technologies that lets organizations create four-way to nine-way meetings, the story added.

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