E-conferencing spiked just before and after U.S. troops invaded Iraq, but it isn't like the stampede that followed the terrorist attacks of 2001. “If you go back to those days, I think we were all awestruck,” says Randy Salisbury, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Atlanta-based Premiere Conferencing. “There was a sea change in the way you viewed how you do business.” These days, the economy, the war, and SARS are all feeding demand for e-conferencing services. When ...

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