Video Killed the Unnecessary Business Trip


Facing SARS, terrorism and other threats, JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank connect via desktop video to communicate with the office and the outside world.

Pity the poor supervisor who has to ask for volunteers to fly out to the Hong Kong office. If it weren’t for SARS, there would probably be more volunteers to see the last Madonna movie in-flight. Just ask the folks at Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan who have been relying on video conferencing as the headlines continue to offer grim travel news.


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