Add video components to improve clarity.
Corporate conference calls have been a great aid in connecting people in separate offices and reducing travel costs. But they often involve people talking over each other and having participants trying to decipher what’s being said.
The advent of video conferencing solves those problems while improving clarity and productivity, as discussed in our free download, “The Technology Manager’s Guide: Tips for Buying Videoconferencing Technology.”
These days, video conferencing is available through less expensive options than in the past when costly hardware had to be installed and transmission protocols were limited. If you have a smartphone or a laptop with a camera, you can use Skype, GoTo meeting and Google Hangouts to video conference.
That can work on a limited basis, but other considerations are needed for larger venues and multi-purpose rooms.
Find out what video path will best suit your needs and what to consider regarding types and placement of:
And discover what questions you need to ask to complete an RFP to ensure that your needs are met and training is covered.