Faster hardware, new input devices, and high-speed access to the World Wide Web have created a new generation of multimedia content and applications throughout the corporate world. Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional makes it easier for corporate managers and network administrators to use multimedia.
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For more information about telephony, videophones, or multimedia conferencing, see Telephony and Conferencing in this book.
For more information about digital video cameras, see Scanners and Cameras in this book.
For more information about support for Human Interface Devices (HIDs), IEEE 1394, multiple monitor support, and the Universal Serial Bus (USB), see Hardware Support in this book.
For more information about deploying custom configurations using group and local policies, see Introduction to Configuration and Management in this book.