Video conferencing has become an absolute must-have for companies that are practicing social distancing and combatting the spread of COVID-19 by moving to a remote work environment. Video conferencing is the next best thing when you can’t meet in person physically, because it simulates a face-to-face setting t...
Because so much of how others perceive you is through nonverbal cues and observations, knowing your video conferencing etiquette can help you ensure you and your teams are communicating effectively and as intended.
The Corona Virus (COVID-19) has quickly swept through the world, reaching pandemic status and causing countries around the world to declare a state of emergency. Schools, restaurants, theaters, and companies across the nation are closing and shifting to remote work wherever feasible.
In an effort to reduce exposure and limit the spread of this fast-moving virus, many companies and individuals across the nation are practicing social distancing and going into self-quarantine to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep employees, customers, family, and friends safe and healthy amid the pandemic.
Video meetings are quickly replacing simple conference calls, and for good reason. Connecting by video gives your communication a more personal touch, improves attention, and makes all of your video meetings much more valuable and efficient.
Video conferencing tools are available for every business, no matter your size, industry, or budget. There are video systems that offer basic functionality for free and more robust solutions that provide all the key tools needed to support effective communications at the enterprise level.
Video conferencing has undoubtedly changed how businesses communicate and collaborate. This is largely becuase these powerful, affordable video solutions provide tools allow for face-to-face interaction, without having to be in the same location. The benefits of video conferencing are immense, from improved communic...
Video conferencing, though, isn’t finished with its evolution, and by 2020, we’re anticipating some big changes that will change video conferencing and offer companies even more benefits and tools.