Category: Video Conferencing

Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. The Dotted Line Required for Social Business Success As leaders embrace the importance of culture and community in building a brand the focus and value of a brand is now shifted to the place it’s supposed to be, the people! The word “Social” in social business is the major change that leaders and brands must embrace which means a new focus must be made on improving who, how and why we communicate. Best practice tips for video interviewing HR professionals know better than most that we are seeing significant changes in the …

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Ready to bring collaboration tools into your classroom?  Educators are looking for ways to create technology-infused learning environments designed to foster collaboration.  Here are a few tools for effective collaboration and why you should adopt them. Cloud Storage: Need to lighten up the backpacks?  Here’s an easy way, students and teachers can store and share files and projects on the cloud.  Cloud storage allows for easy collaboration, no more emailing back and forth and worrying about who has the final document.  Cloud collaboration allows users to share folders, documents and update any changes made in real time.  Cloud Collaboration allows for instant …

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This Month In Telemedicine

August 27, 2014, by Danielle Downs in Collaboration, Healthcare, Video Conferencing

What’s New with ATA Webinar hosted by Institutional Council – Today, from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT – on Internal Awareness and Adoption Webinar hosted by the ATA Policy team – Thursday, August 28th from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT – on Trends for Telemedicine Policy and Winning Tactics ATA Fall Forum – September 7-9 2014, JW Marriot Desert Springs Resort: Some of the sessions include validated research on products and projects showing effectiveness in the areas of price reduction, quality and access. ATA annual meeting is May 3-5, deadline for the call for presentations is September 15th The American Telemedicine Association paid special attention …

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Welcome to our bi-weekly recap of the week’s best articles surrounding collaboration. Collaboration Tools – Purpose-Built or Integrated, What’s Best? Virtual collaboration is only as good as the tools used.  Originally achieved over stand-alone applications such as conference calls and messaging, we now see virtual collaborative tools integrated into other applications.  There are pros and cons to each approach; the question is really which one is better for your environment. Avoiding the Four Major Mistakes of Video Conferencing Video conferencing has changed the way we collaborate, with that said; make your meetings memorable, for the right reasons.  Remember to turn off applications not to …

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Microsoft Lync continues to grow in popularity as a unified communications solution for organizations large and small across the world. From its instant messaging and presence to full enterprise voice functionality and video conferencing, countless organizations are seeing the value Lync can provide and are connecting their employees like never before. One particular area of interest in the market is the ability to move Microsoft Lync meetings from purely desktop interactions to room based meetings. The idea of in room collaboration is certainly not dead and teams want to enter a room and have the ability to leverage the very same …

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When choosing a video conferencing provider, there are many different factors to consider. Every client is different, so it is important that you make sure that your provider can offer exactly what you need of a solution in order to benefit your company at an efficient cost. Here are some questions to ask when researching video conferencing providers. Do you offer a total solution? It is important to be sure that you are getting the whole package with your video conferencing solution. Rather than asking if a solution has a few small details, make sure you ask about things that should be …

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When it comes to running the day to day operations of your video conferencing environment, you have a choice; manage it yourself or outsource management to a service provider. How do you make this decision? What are some of the key points to help understand your organization’s needs? Option 1 – Do It Yourself The natural choice for many organizations is to implement video conferencing and then turn it over to IT for day to day support of both the technology as well as end users. This can be incredibly successful or it could be a massive disaster! These are the key …

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Is COPE the Answer to BYOD Concerns?

August 8, 2014, by Danielle Downs in Mobility, Video Conferencing

BYOD is a concept that exploded over the last 5 years with the consumerization of IT and the advancement of mobility strategies. Although employees quickly embraced the trend of being able to bring their own devices in to the workplace, IT quickly realized the implications and challenges of securing data and managing all these different devices. The answer to these concerns may be a shift to the mobility policy COPE; corporately owned personally enabled. What is COPE? It is often a compromise between security and control for IT and freedom and mobility for employees. When utilizing COPE, IT fully manages and controls …

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Everyone has experienced a less than ideal situation with customer services at some point in his or her lifetime. With video conferencing technology, many common customer service problems can be eliminated. Video technology has introduced a way for organizations to provide improved support, efficient customer service and increased customer satisfaction. Below are different ways video conferencing technology is helping customer service departments. Personalize Customer Service: An important aspect of customer service is a personal connection with customers. Often customers feel a disconnect when speaking with customer service representatives over the phone due to a lack of face-to-face interaction. On some occasions the representative …

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Every few years it seems a new technology comes along that claims it will revolutionize audio visual technology. The most recent on the video side is the proliferation of 4K video. But is this new technology simply a fad or something that has the potential to make a real impact? What is 4K? 4K is the next step in video resolution and represents four times the amount of pixels currently offered in 1080p displays. 1080p technology is widely used in both consumer and professional markets. In fact, one can walk into a store and for a few hundred dollars purchase a quality display …

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