September 2013

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Why security scares shouldn't affect your use of video conferencing technology

Monday, September 30 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

As with every bit of hardware, many people worry about their security when it comes to video conferencing technology. Read

Video conferencing technology makes WFH viable

Friday, September 27 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

Many professionals don't just expect to be able to work from home, they demand it. Read

Video conferencing can end complaints about millennials

Wednesday, September 25 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

No one can blame establish professionals for being threatened by online video software. Read

What public Wi-Fi means for video conferencing technology

Monday, September 23 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

Video conferencing technology has come a long way since its inception. Read

CERN shows how big video conferencing can be

Friday, September 20 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

It can be fun to think about the future of video conferencing technology. Read

Are video conferencing and digital signatures a match made in heaven?

Thursday, September 19 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

It's well established that video conferencing technology is one of the best resources that enterprises can use to increase productivity and business communications. Read

Is the new iPhone worth buying?

Thursday, September 12 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

Like clockwork, Apple has unveiled a new iPhone just ahead of the holiday shopping season. Read

Are video conferencing and WFH policies necessities for modern recruitment?

Wednesday, September 11 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

No business has ever been content with average anything, from sales to video conferencing technology. Read

Here's what's wrong with the BYOD era

Tuesday, September 10 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

As of late, bring-your-own-device policies have become de rigueur in the corporate world. Read

Are tablets and video conferencing software a good match?

Monday, September 9 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

As the workforce becomes more and more mobile, businesses have to find ways to keep employees connected. Read

Top 7 things that are wrong with your webinars

Wednesday, September 4 2013

Category: Webinar News

Webinar software is only a beneficial resource if you're using it correctly. Read

Forget robots, 3-D video conferencing technology could be the next big thing

Tuesday, September 3 2013

Category: Video Conferencing News

Could holograms and 3-D technology be the next leap forward for video conferencing technology? Read