Monthly Archives: February 2016

7 ways video collaboration builds a competitive advantage

Re-post article from Webex.com How video conferencing boosts innovation, productivity, and time to market. In today’s global economy, the ability to innovate and bring products to market quickly is imperative. Companies must collaborate and communicate seamlessly to avoid costly errors and bottlenecks that lead to market misfires. Businesses can lessen the likelihood of such missteps […]

How newer technologies are making video conferencing more accessible

Re-post article from TheOlivePress.es THE scientists at Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN), an international organisation for physics research that gave birth to the World Wide Web, has gone beyond people’s expectations when it comes to video conferencing. A single face to face meeting over the Internet in CERN may include hundreds of people. […]

The benefits of audio visual in our children’s classrooms

Re-post article from Avtsolutions.co.za The right audio visual setup in a classroom can not only drive better engagement with an ever more tech-savvy scholar, but can also assist teachers in preparing and delivering lessons more effectively. IWB’s (Interactive White Boards) combined with education focused software, the ability to integrate with BYODs (Bring Your Own Devices) […]

Questions to Ask before Investing in Videoconferencing

Re-post article from Advancedav.com Thanks to changes in modern technology, we’re constantly rethinking the way that we work. Options such as telecommuting, telework, and remote work are becoming increasingly common. Today, it’s not out of the norm to have employees, customers, and clients spread throughout the country—even across the globe—making collaboration solutions an important part […]

How Large Organizations Use Videoconferencing

Re-post article by Blake McGee from Vyopta.com Video collaboration professionals from large organizations participated in our mini survey a week ago (from industry verticals such as healthcare, higher education, oil & gas and technology). The survey was conducted in order to gain valuable insights about the way large companies are using video. Participant job roles […]

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