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Download Your questions answered: How to protect your data in the cloud The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years.

In 1884, eight years after Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson had the world's first phone call, industrialist John Jacob Astor IV published his predictions for the 21st century.

Along with ill-fated predictions of steel-covered roads and the discovery an anti-gravitational force, he also foresaw video calls. The earliest came from AT&T's labs in 1927, with a room full of equipment.

"Telephones have been so improved that one person can speak in his natural voice with another in any part of the globe, the wire that enables him to hear also showing him the face of the speaker," wrote Astor in his history of the future. Public videophone booths were available by the 1970's, and in the early 1990's you could buy a video phone for around

Download Your questions answered: How to protect your data in the cloud The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years.

In 1884, eight years after Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson had the world's first phone call, industrialist John Jacob Astor IV published his predictions for the 21st century.

Along with ill-fated predictions of steel-covered roads and the discovery an anti-gravitational force, he also foresaw video calls. The earliest came from AT&T's labs in 1927, with a room full of equipment.

"Telephones have been so improved that one person can speak in his natural voice with another in any part of the globe, the wire that enables him to hear also showing him the face of the speaker," wrote Astor in his history of the future. Public videophone booths were available by the 1970's, and in the early 1990's you could buy a video phone for around $1,000.

Then, apps and wider bandwidth came, and video calls and conferencing became more ubiquitous–as long as you had a decent internet connection and a capable device, that is.

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Download Your questions answered: How to protect your data in the cloud The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years. In 1884, eight years after Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson had the world's first phone call, industrialist John Jacob Astor IV published his predictions for the 21st century.Along with ill-fated predictions of steel-covered roads and the discovery an anti-gravitational force, he also foresaw video calls. The earliest came from AT&T's labs in 1927, with a room full of equipment."Telephones have been so improved that one person can speak in his natural voice with another in any part of the globe, the wire that enables him to hear also showing him the face of the speaker," wrote Astor in his history of the future. Public videophone booths were available by the 1970's, and in the early 1990's you could buy a video phone for around $1,000.Then, apps and wider bandwidth came, and video calls and conferencing became more ubiquitous–as long as you had a decent internet connection and a capable device, that is.

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Then, apps and wider bandwidth came, and video calls and conferencing became more ubiquitous–as long as you had a decent internet connection and a capable device, that is.