Video conferencing is fast becoming a must-have in modern business. These 10 well-cited statistics reveal why video is transforming the way we collaborate.
Video conferencing cameras are a necessity for proper web conference meetings. High-quality video conferencing cameras can make an online meeting feel like a face-to-face one. It is all part of the heightened virtual collaboration experience, which is critical to making a web conference more practical. When purchasing video conferencing cameras for web meetings you should keep a handful of critical details in mind to ask about before purchasing. After all, not all video conferencing cameras were created equal.
In developing a group video conference, the aim should be to make it engaging and interesting. The best way to do this is to make it dynamic. To create a video conference that draws the audience in, you need to understand your audience and see how you can best cater to them. There are a few things that need to be done before you can guarantee a high-quality group video conference that achieves the goals you set for it. Check them out below.
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Video conferencing deals with bringing together geographically distant people in order to conduct a meeting that will be beneficial to both of their professional goals. These online meetings are the latest way for corporate entities to deal with offices in different cities or even countries. So why have so many corporations adopted video conferencing? There are a lot of reasons that businesses use this technology to help the collaboration of their teams.
While the quickly evolving video communications industry is definitely playing out like the Wild West right now, along with many others, I am struggling to see the strategy behind Cisco's purchase of Acano for $700 million last week.
If you’ve ever been involved in putting on a webinar, you know there is a great deal of preparation involved: preparing content, creating slides, locking down guest speakers, driving attendance, testing the broadcast technology, and more.
If you are lucky enough to be the host or moderator of a live webinar, there is a whole list of other things to consider. I’ve moderated several webinars, or videocasts, as we call them at Blue Jeans, and have learned a few tricks along the way. Here are a few do’s and don’ts to consider if you’re hosting a webinar for your company.
Meeting online, even over video, is much different than sitting in a boardroom communicating face-to-face with someone, but that doesn't mean etiquette doesn't apply. To the contrary, since you're communicating over video, the opportunity for miscommunication is much higher, and thus, you should pay close attention to how you're conducting yourself. While there isn't an official code of conduct for how to create the best online meeting experience, there are certainly some guidelines to keep in mind.
Web conferencing meetings are an effective way for companies to get in touch with all their employees, wherever they may be. While the concept is nothing new, platforms are beginning to offer more intuitive features, which are enhancing the quality and productivity of these online interactions. But even with a host of easy-to-use features and high quality camera streaming, there's still a proper etiquette to follow to ensure your web conferencing meetings become interactive web conferencing meetings.