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Best Practices for Virtual Meetings

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Boost Productivity and Save Time and Money with Virtual Meetings Meetings are an inevitable part of work, no matter what industry you’re in. For companies that have multiple locations across the country or around the world, or whose employees frequently travel on business, it can be challenging and costly to have meetings in person. Videoconferencing software makes it possible to meet without the limitations of time and space. You can meet with dispersed teams for a variety of purposes, including sales presentations, training, and status update meetings. Thanks to videoconferencing technology, you no longer have to worry about driving across the city or hopping on a plane to meet with colleagues in other locations. What’s more, you can record meetings and allow others to view

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The Future of Work - 5 Mega Trends That Are Changing the Workplace

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Megatrends Impacting the Changing Workplace In the last decade, we’ve witnessed major changes in the way technology is used to help people complete tasks in the workplace. These advancements are affecting everyone, from white-collar knowledge workers to blue-collar factory workers. The following are some mega trends in work technology that is transforming the way we work now and into the future.     1. Transitioning From Working at Home to Working Anywhere  Work is no longer a place that you go – it is something that you do. As connectivity has improved, people have gotten used to the idea of working at home. However, workers in the future will have even more control. They will have the flexibility to work anytime, anywhere, and with nearly any

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  • New mega trends are changing the workplace and transform the way we work.
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How to Keep Your Meetings on Track with a Meeting Room Checklist

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When You Prepare Well, Starting Well is Easy Given how much of your time at work is spent in meetings, one of the smartest investments you can make is in meeting room equipment and technology. After all, there’s nothing worse than going to a meeting and not being prepared with the right equipment. Imagine fumbling around trying to get your videoconferencing software or projector set up while attendees impatiently wait for the meeting to start. By preparing your meeting rooms with the necessary equipment, you can rest assured that your meetings begin on time and run smoothly.   No conference room is foolproof. The best way to ensure that you have everything you need for your meeting and maximize results is to create a meeting

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Why Your Meetings Should Have Fewer Than 8 People

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Quality Meetings  There are many mistakes that people make when running meetings, one of the most common of them being a lack of consideration around who they invite to their meetings. Deciding who to invite to a meeting can be tough because you don’t want anyone to feel left out or forget to invite someone important to a meeting. However, by inviting too many people to a meeting, you can unintentionally decrease the quality of the meeting. According to research on group size, the most productive meetings have 5 to 8 attendees. If you invite too many people to your meetings, the following can happen: People are less candid and become more reserved Difficult topics and decisions are taken offline There

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5 Steps to a Successful Software Proof of Concept

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Maximize the benefits of your project Not all resource booking and meeting management software will meet the needs of your company. That’s why it’s important to do a proof of concept (POC) in order to determine how software will function in your organization.  A proof of concept, also known as a proof of principle, is a partial solution that involves a small number of users. The objective of a POC is to determine whether software satisfies certain requirements and to test the vendor’s claims. It entails setting up the software in-house to run on your machines and in your environment to ensure that it functions as expected. It’s no different from taking a car for a test drive before you buy it. Here are 5

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