Personal Videoconferencing
Evan Rosen
  • June 1996
  • ISBN 9780132683272
  • 420 pages
  • printed in black & white
This title is out of print and no longer for sale.

Personal Videoconferencing is having an enormous impact on business. Evan Rosen has quantified that impact with examples of real world implementations and provided a primer on how businesses can achieve this competitive advantage for themselves.

Frank Gill, Internet and Communications Group, Intel

The first book on the most powerful communication tool since the development of the personal computer, Personal Videoconferencing will help you streamline your business and gain a competitive edge. It summarizes the experience of more than seventy companies in many industries in the use of desktop and laptop videoconferencing to collaborate on documents and applications while communicating through video, face-to-face. Anyone who shares information with others will benefit from reading this book.

What's inside:

  • Project management
  • Product development, manufacturing, telemaintenance
  • Recruitment, training, distance learning
  • Legal, real estate, telemedicine, banking
  • Telecommuting, consulting
  • Help desk, retail video kiosks
  • and more

About the book

The first book on the most powerful communication tool since the development of the personal computer, Personal Videoconferencing will help you streamline your business and gain a competitive edge. It summarizes the experience of more than seventy companies in many industries in the use of desktop and laptop videoconferencing to collaborate on documents and applications while communicating through video, face-to-face. Anyone who shares information with others will benefit from reading this book.

What's inside

  • Project management
  • Product development, manufacturing, telemaintenance
  • Recruitment, training, distance learning
  • Legal, real estate, telemedicine, banking
  • Telecommuting, consulting
  • Help desk, retail video kiosks
  • and more

About the author

Evan Rosen is a principal with Impact Video Communication, a consulting and training firm. A frequent speaker on videoconferencing, he is also an accomplished business and technology journalist.


The book is very good: it is clear and the examples of user applications are excellent.

Ralph Ungermann, First Virtual Corporation