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Skype also enables quick col- laboration via conferencing for small groups. Best of all, it’s easy to use and has a broad user base. Indeed, at the European IT Forum Sept. 25-26, Michael Jackson, Skype’s vice president of mobile and telecom services, announced that Skype has 113 million registered users, 30 percent of whom use Skype for business. With numbers that high, it is quite likely that Skype is being used somewhere on your corporate network. And therein is the trouble. By its nature, Skype wants to be on the network and wants to work under any network conditions.
Harrell added that HP’s Halo requires customers to Cisco’s TelePresence system makes videoconferencing more lifelike. buy a DS-3 WAN link for the service. Cisco instead has partnered with carriers to deliver the TelePresence system and ensure that the customer’s network and the carrier’s QOS (quality of service) and security mechanisms integrate to provide the necessary security and bandwidth. Harrell estimated that a virtual meeting requires 10M bps to 12M bps of bandwidth, instead of the DS-3’s 45M bps.