Category: Collaboration

Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. How Video Conferencing Improves Businesses One of the biggest challenges businesses face today is when workforces, suppliers, and customers are often dispersed over great distances. One must balance the advantages of personal interaction and collaboration while keeping costs under control. The use of online videos is rapidly being adopted for both B2B and customer service use Unleash the Power of Captured Video at Work With a dispersed workforce in an increasingly competitive landscape, valuable data needs to be shared faster and knowledge sharing can no longer be contained to four walls. Experts …

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American Telemedicine Association’s policy duo Jonathan Linkous, CEO and Gary Capistrant, Senior Director of Public Policy, return with updates and new information regarding telemedicine for the month of October. What’s New with ATA The ATA is continuously developing a set of comprehensive standards and guidelines for telemedicine. Most recently the ATA produced practice guidelines for intensive care units that were approved by the Society of Critical Care and Medicine, and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Additionally the ATA Clinical Guidelines for Telepathology were approved by the Digital Pathology Association. The ATA is currently working on guidelines for the following; telestroke, pediatrics and mental …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. What’s After UC? As UC spending flattens or falls, IT leaders are increasingly looking for other approaches to improve collaboration. Despite the growing availability, and deployment, of UC solutions, most of the IT leaders, and especially line-of-business personnel that I consult with, tell me that they aren’t really satisfied with their collaboration environment. Meetings still take too long to set up. Documents aren’t readily available. It’s difficult to pick up from where the last meeting ended. Creating team spaces means relying on difficult-to-use document repositories. An Open Office Experiment That Actually …

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Working from home can be an employees dream. You have comfort, control and the convenience of no commute. There is also a complete freedom to create an office space that is exactly what you want.Your home office design can drastically affect your mood, productivity and efficiency.With an increasing number of people starting to telecommute, ensuring a productive work environment is becoming more and more important. This does not mean, however, that every person who works from home needs to start ripping down walls and building new offices in their homes, there are a few small but effective design aspects that can …

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The current geo-political climate, being focused on increasing productivity, reducing costs, and decreasing travel, have all contributed to a heightened awareness of the necessity of video conferencing and other conferencing and collaboration technologies. Corporations, state and local governments, universities, and health care providers are utilizing this technology for many applications including training, telemedicine, product development, customer service, board meetings, managing mergers and acquisitions, and interviewing, just to name a few. When properly implemented, video conferencing is able to provide value to all of these businesses. This Video Conferencing Buyer’s Guide will provide a first time user a non-technical guide on how to acquire …

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Set Clear Expectations To establish Confidence One of the largest challenges in telemedicine is getting physicians to participate, due to their lack of confidence and fear of the technology and the experience.   Setting clear expectations of what is anticipated of the physician before, during and after the consult will better enable the physician to provide a better consult experience. Establish training on the technology and practice sessions with the video and tools to educate all users involved with the telemedicine consult. Know How to Present Yourself on Screen Stand approximately 6 feet back from the monitor, showing your head, shoulders and top of …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. 3 Tips for Better Speech Intelligibility Workers are less productive when their meetings are peppered with “Can you repeat that?” Ditto for students, who don’t learn as well when they strain to hear classmates and the instructor. But when an audio system maximizes speech intelligibility in a room, everyone benefits. For example, in classrooms, intelligibility facilitates what’s called “secondary learning.” Take Advantage of Mobile Cloud. What Are You Waiting For? As organizations seek ways to maintain real-time connections with their workforce and customers in an increasingly digital and mobile-centered world, the growth …

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The American Telemedicine Association’s Senior Director of Public Policy, Gary Capistrant, and Director of State Policy Latoya Thomas, joined together to discuss several telehealth bills and regulations as well as state policy developments for the month of September. What’s New with ATA The ATA is scheduled to launch an Accreditation Program recognizing US and Canadian Organizations who provide direct or online healthcare consultations that meet specific standards for online healthcare consultants online patient care programs.   This program will launch in November. ATA members will receive an invitation to pre-register during the month of October. Congress: Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee …

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The globalization of manufacturing in recent years has given companies the ability to design, build and manage from anywhere in the world. This global distribution, although beneficial in many ways, can also create problems with communication and collaboration if not managed correctly. Implementing various collaboration tools to ensure efficient communication and proper process management is one way organizations can help to alleviate this problem. Collaboration technologies help to improve the visualization of communication and allow people in different facilities to quickly exchange ideas, information, and resolve issues. These tools can also improve production processes and R&D. Check out our infographic to learn more! 

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The topic of cloud video conferencing comes up frequently here on the blog as well as around the collaboration industry as a whole. IVCi’s latest offering, Cloud Video Experience, provides a complete video collaboration service from the cloud that includes virtual meeting rooms, endpoint subscriptions, and software for desktop computers and iPads. The specifications of these services are good to know but the question really is how can a cloud service, such as CVE, help my business? Ensure Quality Across The Globe Many multinational organizations invest in visual collaboration technology in their data centers through the purchase of hardware and software. These devices …

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