September 2011

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Video conferencing has evolved over the years

Friday, September 30 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Business travel is necessary for communication in many industries because employees often need to meet with clients in order to collaborate on projects. Read

Video conferencing can improve the customer experience

Thursday, September 29 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Services such as transportation systems, libraries and banks can benefit from recent advances made in video conferencing technology. Read

Video conferencing can help to train new employees

Thursday, September 29 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Recent increases in the adoption of remote work policies at many companies show that more companies are hiring employees based on their skill and experience rather than geographical location. Read

MegaMeeting can help to meet deadlines

Wednesday, September 28 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

A journalist is sitting at his desk looking nervous. A deadline is approaching and he's missing a major part of his investigative report. Read

MegaMeeting can help doctors to make difficult decisions

Wednesday, September 28 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Hospitals that treat patients for severe injuries or medical complications can benefit from video conferencing software. In emergency situations, time is of the utmost importance. The right decision, when made in a timely manner, can mean the difference between life and death. Read

MegaMeeting improves communication between businesses and their clients

Tuesday, September 27 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Businesses are employing a larger number of remote workers than in the past. These offsite employees conduct work from home, reducing overhead costs for businesses and improving their morale. Read

Video conferencing saves taxpayers money

Tuesday, September 27 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Court systems that use video conference software save taxpayers money. The technology helps to connect individuals in confinement with judges without having to employ a large number of uniformed officers to oversee the process. Read

Students benefit from web conferencing in the classroom

Monday, September 26 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Today's students see benefits from web conferencing technology every day. In the classroom, discussions are made more engaging by remote video conversations because teachers are able to incorporate guest speakers into classroom lectures. Read

Decisions get made faster with MegaMeeting

Friday, September 23 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

A successful office must be an open book. Communication between a coworker and his office manager is essential to productivity. However, with more companies expanding their workforces and creating remote work policies, distance has gotten in the way of face-to-face contact. Read

MegaMeeting can help ill students receive an education

Thursday, September 22 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Serious illnesses, such as mononucleosis or strep throat, can keep students out of classes for weeks or months at a time. While wellness is a top priority, being unable to receive the proper education can prevent a student from graduating on time. Read

MegaMeeting can connect students from around the world

Wednesday, September 21 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

It seems that with each passing day, more and more controversial topics are being discussed in public. Read

Video conferencing is useful for connecting members of the press to news stories and people

Tuesday, September 20 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

When it comes to international debates, the global population benefits from the participation of a wide variety of reporters, politicians and citizens. Press video conferencing has emerged as a way for individuals to voice their opinions on topics that impact people all over the world. Read

Political webinars bring party members together

Monday, September 19 2011

Category: Webinar News

Video conferencing has been widely accepted by businesses that employ a large remote staff. However, the technology has the ability to impact several other industries and can help connect people to one another while improving communication when it is impossible to meet face-to-face. Read

MegaMeeting helps employees remain on the same page

Friday, September 16 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Large corporations are comprised of several branches located across a single country or even the world. Being able to actively communicate with distant fellow staff members at will can help eliminate miscommunication and aid in keeping projects on target. Read

Students can inquire about resources through video conferencing

Thursday, September 15 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

On college campuses, there are many opportunities for students to improve their knowledge. Read

Video conferencing can make hospital visits easier

Wednesday, September 14 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing can improve a patient's hospital experience. Individuals that have to spend extended periods of time under the care of a doctor are often cooped up in uncomfortably sanitized rooms. The echoing hallways and constant footsteps can be disruptive when the loneliness isn't difficult to deal with. Read

MegaMeeting can allow community members to participate in meetings from remote locations

Tuesday, September 13 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

County meetings have always been open to the public, but attracting citizens to participate in them can sometimes be difficult. Read

MegaMeeting decreases absenteeism

Monday, September 12 2011

Category: Web Conferencing News

Winter blizzards can prevent people from commuting to the office. While that might come as a relief to employees, a company greatly suffers from the resulting lack of productivity. Web conferencing can help combat unforeseen natural weather hazards and keep businesses running smoothly. Read

MegaMeeting helps add new perspectives to the classroom

Friday, September 9 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing may not completely revise the education system, but it will significantly impact the learning tools used in the classroom. Read

Video conferencing brings back the personal aspect of digital communication

Thursday, September 8 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Improving communication between a corporation and a potential client helps to establish a better rapport, and in some cases, can solidify a partnership. Read

Video conferencing improves communication within a business

Wednesday, September 7 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing improves communication between businesses and their clients. While the communication tool has been available for years, it has only recently emerged as a highly effective tool to improve connectivity between collaborators. Read

Video conferencing helps older workers stay on the payroll

Tuesday, September 6 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Age has always been a problem when it comes to careers. Read

Video conferencing improves the classroom experience

Tuesday, September 6 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Before video conferencing had been widely accepted as an easy way to visually communicate with audiences, guest speakers were limited to the number of presentations they could give in one day. Read

Could classes taught via video conferencing become commonplace?

Friday, September 2 2011

Category: Video Conferencing News

Colleges recently have begun to offer entire courses supported by recorded lectures called podcasts. Best used for students who are unable to attend classes in person, the lessons help educate individuals and help them save costs in travel. Read

Video conferencing, by nature, is a green technology

Thursday, September 1 2011

Category: Green Conferencing News

Video conferencing, by design, is a green technology. Read