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premium content Face the future: Video technologies gain traction in workplace communication

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Users of video communication in the workplace include, from top: Lindsay Watson, co-founder of FIA Employment Services in Allentown; Paul Marrella, a wealth manager at Marrella Financial Group LLC in Wyomissing; Scott Flaherty, director of operations for Altek Business System  in Telford, Bucks County; and Suparna Damany, owner of Damany Center for Chronic Pain and Holistic Well-Being in Allentown.
Users of video communication in the workplace include, from top: Lindsay Watson, co-founder of FIA Employment Services in Allentown; Paul Marrella, a wealth manager at Marrella Financial Group LLC in Wyomissing; Scott Flaherty, director of operations for Altek Business System in Telford, Bucks County; and Suparna Damany, owner of Damany Center for Chronic Pain and Holistic Well-Being in Allentown. - (Photo / )

Video technologies are reframing the workplace by offering ways for people to interact face to face without having to assemble in the same room.

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