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Study: 89% of Pinoy biz professionals ready to embrace metaverse

A new global study commissioned by telecom equipment maker Ciena said 99% of Filipino business professionals surveyed recognize the value of virtual meetings, and 89% would participate in work meetings in the metaverse versus existing video conferencing tools.

SC drafting rules allowing all court proceedings via videoconferencing

Supreme Court (SC) chief justice Alexander G. Gesmundo revealed on Friday, Sept. 9, that the high tribunal is currently working on the rules that will allow the conduct of all court proceedings through videoconferencing even after the end of the pandemic.

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SC reports 80% success rate for 170,000 videocon hearings

Court administrator Midas Marquez said 27,000 courts across the country have carried out 170,000 videocon hearings from May 4, 2020 to January 8, 2021.

Guidelines on videocon court hearings to take effect Jan. 16, 2021

The Supreme Court has issued the formal guidelines on the conduct of videoconferencing for court hearings. It will take effect on January 16, 2021.

Cisco augments Webex with new videoconferencing features

The new devices from Webex are designed to promote functionality without sacrificing simplicity. In fact, in the case of the Webex Desk Camera, users can now mute and unmute their microphones with a gesture - a function that the company claims is an industry first.

SC allows all courts to conduct videocon hearings

The Supreme Court, in an order dated Sept. 24 and signed by court administrator Jose Midas Marquez, has allowed all first and second-level courts to conduct videoconferencing hearings for both criminal and civil cases.

NPC issues rules allowing hearings via videoconferencing

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) said it has adopted videoconferencing to reduce the risks of coronavirus infections posed by face-to-face hearings.

Covid-19 pushes 2020 enterprise video communications revenues to nearly $19B

The millions of employees working and networking from home during the Covid-19 pandemic has proven that video is a powerful and successful tool for marketing, collaboration, training, and many other use cases for businesses across multiple industries.

With videocon hearings, SC ushers new era in judicial proceedings

The Covid-19 pandemic has shifted the tradition-bound Philippine judiciary into a new direction, bringing an unprecedented change by pushing the Supreme Court (SC) to introduce hearings through videoconferencing.
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