July 2011

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Online business practices promote an eco-friendly reputation

Friday, July 29 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Companies are slowly switching over to cloud computing as a way to lower operational costs and promote a green reputation in the office. Read

SEO webinar educates businesses about search engine rankings

Thursday, July 28 2011

Category: Webinar News

There is an endless amount of information found through search engines these days. For consumers, it can be hard to sift through useless pages and find the information that pertains to what they're interested in. Read

Medicine benefits from video conference technology

Wednesday, July 27 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing is affecting medical practices across the globe. Sometimes viewed as a major innovation and a giant technological leap, telemedicine has changed the way doctors and patients interact as we know it. Read

Video conferences could help victims of substance abuse

Tuesday, July 26 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Substance abuse and alcohol addiction have plagued many people across the world. Telephone hotlines have long been used to help curb urges and deter users from spiralling further out of control. Read

Video conferencing use in trials reduces costs for court systems

Monday, July 25 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

There once was a time where if someone was caught committing a crime, justice was served immediately. Read

U.S. universities offer students in Puerto Rico a chance to study through web conferencing

Friday, July 22 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

For students aiming to receive higher education who live in locations where such resources are unavailable, the use of web conferencing in classrooms has provided a solution. Read

Webinars help educate parents on how to prevent their children from using addictive drugs

Thursday, July 21 2011

Category: Webinar News

Anyone can go onto the internet and find helpful information. However, not everything you read is always the whole truth. Read

Video conferencing in schools is changing the way kids learn

Wednesday, July 20 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

In the past, school systems were limited to the knowledge held by their staff. However, today teachers and experts in different fields of study are able to teach a class collectively. Read

Customer service made easier with video conferencing technology

Tuesday, July 19 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Many people resent being put on hold while trying to reach a customer service agent. Any alteration in sound raises hopes that they are about to be switched over to a real person. Read

Video conferencing gives parents their children back

Tuesday, July 19 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Two young girls were reunited with their deported parents due to testimony given over a web conference in a U.S. court. This is one of the first examples of international testimony given through this type of technology and offers insight into how our judicial system can conduct hearings with prosecutors or defendants in separate locations. Read

Video conferencing speeds up the hiring process for many businesses

Monday, July 18 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

The job market is tough these days, and for employers in search of new employees, it is important to be able to access the best possible option no matter where they're located. Read

MegaMeeting offers invaluable services to companies

Friday, July 15 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

MegaMeeting continues to provide companies with valuable equipment and software that can keep your business flowing smoothly. Read

Web conferencing is changing the way lessons are taught in classrooms

Friday, July 15 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Advanced education is becoming increasingly important in the enrichment of our lives. On average, more people are attending universities and colleges than any generation before, and with this new desire to keep learning comes different platforms on which it is received. Read

NCAA offers educational webinars to student athletes on proper recruiting policies

Friday, July 15 2011

Category: Webinar News

A hot topic as of late in the NCAA recruiting and eligibility world is how to deal with third-party liaisons capitalizing off prized recruits. Read

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power holds informational webinar

Thursday, July 14 2011

Category: Webinar News

Gone are the days of public meetings in city halls and court rooms. Nowadays, informational webinars are taking charge and giving thousands of people the opportunity to learn more about public projects as well as weigh in on the pressing topics. Read

Tips for delivering a speech using video conferencing

Wednesday, July 13 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

In the past, meetings between management and clients or employees were held in a personal setting. Read

Telemedicine in prisons is born thanks to advancements in web conferencing technology.

Wednesday, July 13 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Prisoners can fall victim to disease just like the rest of humanity. It is immoral to deny them the right to see a doctor, but with rising costs of travel and inherent risks in transporting criminals to and from facilities, the use of telemedicine is becoming more popular in correctional environments. Read

Video conferencing is revolutionary for those with hearing disabilities

Wednesday, July 13 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Video conferencing has improved business interactions between companies that are stationed across great distances, but its usage can also be applied to many different functions outside of the business sphere. Read

Video conferencing cuts costs for businesses

Tuesday, July 12 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

With new ways to video chat evolving across multiple platforms, it is only natural for video conferencing to steadily climb in rank of preferred communication methods between businesses and clients each year. Read

Georgia police department enters the future with video conferencing suite

Monday, July 11 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Decades of science fiction television and film have promised the advent of video telephones, and it seems that those visions are finally coming to pass. Read

Companies should embrace employee training to optimize video conferencing

Friday, July 8 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Many of the skills and talents that workers are called upon to use in the course of a job require little to no training. Read

Video conferencing requires a new conversation etiquette

Thursday, July 7 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

The use of web conferencing suites is a boon for companies that often incur high travel costs. Read

Video conferencing makes lengthy hospital stays easier for children

Wednesday, July 6 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

One industry that is uniquely positioned to take advantage of video conferencing technology is medicine. Read

Companies should prepare bandwidth for video conferencing

Tuesday, July 5 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Businesses that are interested in reducing travel costs and increasing their ability to collaborate across large distances often look to web conferencing technology. Read

Video conference summit seeks to bridge gap between business and government

Friday, July 1 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Web conferencing technology has been increasingly used by private companies as well as government agencies. Read