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Video Conference Etiquette: 3 Ways to Keep it Professional

Friday, July 22nd, 2022
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Knowing proper video conference etiquette will allow you to maintain your professionalism even when you’re working remotely.

One major cultural shift that has come out of the pandemic is that so much of business is done virtually now, even for small businesses. Teleconferencing really is a new standard of business these days. And while the jokes about pairing your suit jacket with your pajama pants are great, it’s also important to remember that business etiquette is still of value. Just because we can live a slightly more laid-back life when we work from home, doesn’t mean all of the rules of business etiquette go out the window. In fact, it actually means there are new ones to learn. Let’s touch base on 3 broad video conference etiquette tips to keep it professional.

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Maintaining Your Privacy While Video Conferencing

Thursday, April 28th, 2022
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There are some steps you can take to protect the privacy of your company and its employees while video conferencing.

Video conferencing is a normal day-to-day activity ever since the Covid-19 pandemic shook up the working world. While many businesses are heading back into the office, many others have found the benefits of working from home to be the better option and opted to do away with the office altogether. Online meetings have come a long way in recent years, but there is still a lot that can be learned about maintaining your privacy while video conferencing.

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Video Conferencing vs. Web Conferencing and their Differences

Thursday, June 17th, 2021
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Video conferencing is a great way to collaborate with fellow employees.

With all the web talk going on over the last year and a half due to the pandemic, a lot of businesspeople have gotten used to hearing all this web-related jargon all the time. That being said, there are still two commonly misused terms that both have to do with conferencing via the Internet: video conferencing and web conferencing. Believe it or not, there is actually a pretty significant difference between the two! Here are the major differences between web conferencing and video conferencing, so you’ll know how to be prepared for each beforehand without any misunderstandings.  Read the rest of this entry »

How To Maintain Privacy While Video Conferencing

Thursday, April 15th, 2021
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Having a secure way for video conferencing is the way of the future of meetings.

Video conferencing continues to be the new standard for staying connected with your coworkers. Although more and more offices are being opened as vaccinations roll out en masse, many employees are opting to continue to stay at home. The 2020 to 2021 COVID-19 pandemic has caused a huge shift in traditional office culture, possibly for good. So the video conferencing industry is crucial to any business in any sector. But every technology has its qualms. Plenty of businesses deal with high-security data and confidential discussions, so they might be a bit more hesitant to use a video conferencing service. But there are plenty of precautions one can take to prevent any data leaks or security issues when using video conferencing. Here are a few ways to take preventative measures.  Read the rest of this entry »

How Video Conferencing Affects Office Culture

Friday, January 29th, 2021
How Video Conferencing Affects Office Culture

Here are some of the most significant impacts of video conferencing on office culture.

These days, we are all using video conference calls more than ever before. But what impact does this have on a company’s culture? The impact of virtual conferencing on a company’s culture is vital for any business owner to understand. The reality is, a company’s culture can have a significant impact on employee engagement, the company’s brand, and many other crucial elements. Providing ways to encourage a positive work environment and embrace collaboration becomes increasingly important when most people are stuck working from home. Here are some of the most significant impacts of video conferencing on office culture.

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Benefits of Video Conferencing In a Business

Friday, May 22nd, 2020
Benefits of Video Conferencing In a Business

Sometimes, a phone call or a text chat is not enough to express ideas to coworkers, business associates, or other parties. Video conferencing can fill those gaps in communication!

The primary purpose of technology is to make simple tasks easier and more efficient. Sometimes, a phone call or a text chat is not enough to express ideas to coworkers, business associates, or other parties. This situation is among the many reasons why video conferencing can be a massive benefit to a business’s daily operations. When considering if video conferencing is a worthwhile investment, keep in mind the following advantages and perhaps tips and tricks from experts. Read the rest of this entry »

Tips for Better Video Conferencing

Friday, April 24th, 2020
Tips for Better Video Conferencing

We have a few tips for you to practice for better video conferencing, now that many are turning to telework.

During this time, while many are turning to video conferencing for telework, a few things can go grand, and others can go very wrong. Many people have experience video conferencing and participating in virtual calls in the office, and some are adjusting to working with this useful telecommunications tool at home. Whatever your circumstances may be, we have a few tips for you to practice for better video conferencing. Read the rest of this entry »

3 Useful Tools for Contact Centers

Friday, August 2nd, 2019
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Here are three exciting tools that can help your contact center excel.

Last week we discussed the essential pieces of telecommunications technology necessary for call centers. This week, we are delving into the needs of the call center’s hip younger brother: the contact center. Contact centers are like call centers in that they bridge the communication gap between consumers and corporations, but contact centers have a 21st-century twist. Where call centers primarily rely on phone calls, contact centers open things up to text and video communication through email, instant messaging, and video chat. Here are three exciting tools that can help your contact center excel. 

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