Definitions for "Data conferencing"
A type of conferencing in an H.320 environment where conferencing systems transmit ITU-T T.120 informa-tion-for example, a PC file-for interactive use by conference participants.
A teleconference where non-voice information, such as PC data, text, images, PowerPoint presentations, and graphics, are shared in a teleconference. The term is synonymous with Web conferencing, and even audiographics. The term was first used in the 1990s when the ITU recommended the T.120 standard for sharing data during a teleconference. The term is now widely used to include other earlier audiographic forms of conferencing including what used to be called “screen/tablet” and “electronic blackboards.” In its simplest form, it allows one person to present information to an unlimited number of others through a PowerPoint presentation or through streaming software.
Where typed messages are transferred over the Internet in (near to) real time and all parties conference simultaneously. Examples include chat rooms and application sharing in the business context.
Enables people in different locations to work on the same document via networked computers. Also referred to as collaborative computing
the ability to work collaboratively on documents using video communication.