Tips, tricks and industry information for video conferencing users, remote workers and small to medium-sized businesses.
As many parents know, children can be a lot of work. And just because you are at work, it doesn't mean that you are no longer a parent. More and more businesses are protecting women (and new moms) by providing them with flexible and supportive work environments. We explore two ways video conferencing and remote work can create a better work environment to benefit working moms-to-be, so your company can thrive.
Companies with executives and senior managers traveling for business or pleasure are turning to video conferencing to keep their management connected, no matter where they are. This is also true for companies with board members that are not located near one another or close to the company headquarters. For IT professionals looking to provide a solution to their management, it is important that they find an easy to use and high-quality solution. We know the pressure you face if something goes wrong, so we are here to tell you how video conferencing solutions can keep your executive team happy, outside of the office.
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Typically when our Easymeeting Experts talk to customers or users of video meeting tools, their biggest challenge using video conferencing tools is getting over the initial discomfort. It’s possible you are a technology genius or flawless public speaker but may still be unsure of how to look your best on a video conference. That’s where Easymeeting comes in.
As the Product Manager of a video conferencing service provider, I am commonly asked the question, how can I connect this with that? There is a very valid reason why people ask this question, the video conferencing industry failed to prioritize the user experience and make video calling easy for everyday users. Leaders of the traditional video conferencing industry focused too much on competing with each other, making it harder to use and adopt this powerful communication tool. So why is increased connectivity for video conferencing so important and how can we, as a service provider, help users easily connect via video from anywhere and any device, including traditional video conferencing systems?
In the northeastern United States, this week has been the first sign that summer is around the corner. It is hard not to get excited or distracted while looking out your office window. Summer is a time for family holidays, school vacation, gathering with friends, and maybe traveling between seasonal homes. So where does that leave time for work? We love writing about staying on task during holidays and summer months because the more productive you are during your working hours, the more time you get to do the things that inspire you most. This week I wanted to share three ways to increase your focus to remain on-task and productive, without missing out on the much-needed vitamin D this summer.
In today's competitive banking market, regional and smaller banks must keep pace with not only larger banks but with online banking options. Regional and community banks have a competitive advantage with lower fees than the larger national and international banks and more personal experiences than the online-only banks; in order to remain competitive they must keep their overhead costs low so their customer fees can remain low. Increasingly, regional banks have turned to video conferencing to reduce overhead costs and provide even better customer service. Learning how these banks use video conferencing and these other tips can help your banking organization save money.