Audio and video conferencing are fantastic technological advancements that makes it possible to meet with colleagues from across the globe without having to leave home.While these methods of collaboration are usually fairly easy to use (especially with training from CCS Midwest!), good planning is the key to making any audio or video conferencing session a success. Follow this checklist to make sure you're ready before connecting with colleagues and clients.
An increasing number of workers are choosing to be remote employees as employers look to cut costs and hire top talent regardless of geographical location.
While many are grateful for the opportunity to telecommute, the position can have its drawbacks. Remote employees are more likely to feel isolated or disconnected from their coworkers and the organization as a whole.
Companies can enhance the satisfaction of remote employees by using video conferencing and other high tech tools to promote collaboration and connectivity.
Take a revolutionary idea and share it with others on your next conference call, and you’ll quickly see what a problem talking over one another creates among employees, clients, partners or vendors. Video conferencing, albeit an advanced way to communicate on a global level, is foreign enough to most people to cause them to scratch their head in bewilderment at the lack of manners displayed by their colleagues. Avoiding a particularly uncomfortable situation on a conference call is easy if you follow these simple rules. Video conferencing is among the most widely used technologies in the workplace today. Rather than relying on phone calls or emails to communicate, video conferencing takes it a step further by organizing face-to-face interactions with business partners, job applicants, and employees. Here are some of the top ways we've seen businesses from Omaha to Sioux City using video conferencing; perhaps your Midwest business can gain a little inspiration!
As AV integrators, we are usually responsible for helping corporate clients in Omaha and across the Midwest with selecting the right equipment for their video conferencing needs, then providing all the systems integration and training.
But our role doesn’t end with the system being placed — we want to know that businesses are benefiting from video conferencing.
To that end, we’re sharing some video conferencing etiquette so that your business can use these collaborative technologies the right way.