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VCViet Cong
VCVictor Charlie (military phonetic reference to Viet Cong)
VCVenture Capital(ist)
VCVirtual Console (Nintendo WII)
VCVictoria Cross
VCVirtual Circuit
VCVisual C++ (Microsoft)
VCVirtual Connection
VCVince Carter (basketball player)
VCVideo Conference
VCVictoria College (Alexandria, Egypt)
VCVideo Camera
VCVideo Card
VCVirtual Channel
VCVideoconferencing
VCVideo Compression
VCVisitor Center (National Park Service)
VCVirtual Concatenation
VCVirtual Container (SDH)
VCVisual Communication(s)
VCVideo Channel
VCVicinity (aviation, meteorology)
VCVirtual Call
VCVinyl Chloride
VCVital Capacity
VCVirtual Classroom
VCVioloncello (Cello in Music Scores)
VCVirtual Community
VCVoluntary Controlled (UK school status)
VCVoice Coil
VCVoiceCon
VCVideo Control
VCVisiCalc
VCVisual Cortex
VCVoltage Converter
VCVilla Clara (postcode, Cuba)
VCVoice Channel
VCVirtual Component
VCVirtual Corporation
VCViolent Conduct (soccer)
VCVoice Circuit
VCVirtual Cop (arcade games)
VcDesign Cruising Speed
VCVolume-to-Capacity ratio
VCVienna Conference
VCVoluntary Closing
VCVintage Cellars (various locations)
VCViscous Criterion (sports medicine)
VCVacant Code
VCVerification & Certification
VCViticulture Consortium
VCVolks Computer
VCVerbal Cue
VCVortex Combustor
VCVirginia Central Railway
VCVariable Combo (gaming)
VCKnots Calibrated Airspeed
VCColored Vision
VCVocabulary Cartoons
VCVoice Compressor
VcCruising Velocity
VCVIP Carrier (military aircraft designation)
VCVerifiable Choice
VCVector Correlator
VCVaporizer Concentrate
VCNavy Cargo/Replenishment Squadron
VCSt. Vincent and the Grenadines (ISO country code)
VCVector Count
VCVice Chief
VCFleet Composite Squadron (US Navy)
VCVertical Cutter
VCVertically Challenged (PC term for short) :-)
VCVery Cute
VCVeterinary Corps
VCVice Commodore
VCVice-Chancellor
VCVice-Consul
VCVercelli (Piemonte, Italy)
VCValue City (department store)
VCVegas Casino
VCVena Cava
VCVanCleef (gaming, World of Warcraft)
VCBureau of Verification and Compliance (US State Department)
VCValley Culture (Aboriginal community group, Australia)
VCVerification Component
VCVassar College (Boston, Massachusetts)
VCVedic City (Iowa)
VCVicious Circle
VCVentura County (California)
VCVariable Contract
VCVarsity College (Gold Coast, Australia)
VCVariable Contrast (photographic imaging materials)
VCVancouver College
VCVeterinary Committee
VCVertical Curve
VCVery Cool
VCVagabond Crew (band)
VCNavy Composite Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1920s to 1950s)
VCVentilating Contractor
VCVanilla Coke
VCVector Calculus
VCVibration Compensation (Tamron)
VCVehicle Control
VCVatican City
VCVariable Cost
VCVentura College (Ventura, CA)
VCVector Coding
VCVancouver Canucks (hockey)
VCVice Chair
VCVan Cleef (The Deadmines, World of Warcraft Dungeon)
VCVanessa Carlton (singer)
VCValor Communications
VCVanier College
VCVereinigung Cockpit (German pilot union)
VCVia Campesina (International Peasant Movement)
VCVice City (Grand Theft Auto game series)
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A combination of concurrent technological innovations makes it possible to bring high-definition video and audio to videoconferencing today.
Both have built-in videoconferencing tools that allow you to pretty much "call up" another person using the same messenging software and have an audio/video conversation.
Wescast regularly employs videoconferencing to communicate among its North American and European facilities.
Most companies use videoconferencing for employee training and orientation and one-on-one communication.
With the recent acceptance of interoperability industry standards and the growth of the installed base of systems, the use of videoconferencing systems is expected to shift from primarily intra- company to more inter-company applications.
DirectView is launching these advanced HD videoconferencing solutions to satisfy a wide range of applications including Corporate/Financial (Interviewing, Marketing, and Board/Shareholder Meetings); Education/Distance Learning; Medical Teaching; Law/Justice (Arraignments/Court Appearances, Depositions, Expert Testimony); and many others.
The Washington-based International Teleconferencing Association's data indicates that the growth of two-way videoconferencing in 1991 is expected to be more than 40 percent.
New uses for videoconferencing are emerging as part of our future planning, even for patient use, and DirectView has been a real partner in this effort.
Instead of taking the time, expense, and energy to travel to distant meetings, corporate managers, human resource people, marketing and sales executives, attorneys, and anyone else can go to the nearest videoconferencing facility, have their meeting, and be back in the office as soon as it's over.
We are pleased that the Videoconferencing Insight Newsletter again recognized our leadership in providing the industry's highest quality, state-of-the-art collaboration tools.
Evaluation and service implementation is only part of the videoconferencing launch equation," said Tina Mayland, director of sales and marketing for Sprint Video.
Richard Line, editor of Videoconferencing Insight said, "Arel Communications' Spotlight product is a suite of three applications designed to enable: (1) interactive work groups and meetings, (2) distance learning and (3) streaming web-based seminars to large audiences.