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VIDEO CONFERENCING: Audio influences what you say (and ALSO affects workplace wellbeing)

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The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a series of significant changes across all industry sectors and has led to clear and concise communication becoming an even more critical cog within the corporate wheel. Virtual meetings, which might have occurred once every other month, have now became part of daily workplace procedure, for both small domestic organisations and […]

Reasons to be thankful for video conferencing technology in 2020

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By Rene Buhay, VP of Sales and Marketing, AVer Europe 2020 has been an unprecedented year, but there have been things we can be grateful for, such as video conferencing technology, keeping us connected with work, family and friends. During these turbulent times we should be especially appreciative of the technology that keeps us going. […]

Meetings In The New Work Era: Why Tech Could Make The Difference Between Failure Or Success

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A new report has revealed that post pandemic, almost 95% of meeting rooms within organisations are inadequately equipped with the technology needed to conduct productive and engaging meetings. As the Work From Home situation continues following advice from Government and health officials, keeping employees engaged, productive and connected is essential for future business gains. The […]

Working from home is here to stay: Make the most of it

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Rene Buhay, VP Sales & Marketing of AVer Europe, gives some advice for upgrading your home working video conferencing experience… When the pandemic hit Europe earlier this year and people were forced to abandon offices and work from home many were forced to compromise, using sub-standard tech, in the belief that “it will only be […]

Office Provider Installs Zoom Booths to meet Demand for Video Conferencing

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Flexible Workspace provider x+why is installing Zoom Booths in its office spaces as part of a range of post-coronavirus initiatives designed to encourage people back into the office. x+why has been adapting its workplaces to mirror the changes within the confines of public health and the shifting trends that need to be implemented in order […]

Communication the biggest barrier to successful long-term home-working

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As the nation continues to work from home for the most part, new research reveals that a quarter (24%) of those currently working from home say maintaining communication with colleagues is the biggest challenge they have faced while working away from the office. The research, conducted by business telecommunications provider, 4Com, delves into the UK’s attitudes […]

112 working hours, per worker, wasted struggling with digital tools each year

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British workers are struggling to adapt to new digital tools, losing hundreds of hours in productivity in the process, according to a new report. Following the global COVID-19 pandemic, millions of workers have been forced to incorporate tools they have never used before, as an individual or employee, creating a drain or productivity and new challenges in […]

Navigating the new normal: Five easy ways to encourage collaboration while working apart

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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way the world works, and with some UK workers beginning to return to the office, some anticipating a phased return in the coming weeks and others working at home for the foreseeable future, it can be difficult to connect the workforce together. To support workers, flexible office specialist, Workthere, […]

5 TIPS FOR PRESENTING EFFECTIVELY ON CONFERENCE CALLS

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RADA Business, the commercial arm of the world-renowned drama school RADA, is helping business professionals to use their body, breathe and voice to present brilliantly over video conferencing platforms. Charlie Walker-Wise, Tutor and Client Director at RADA Business, provides insight… To conform with social distancing guidelines in response to Covid-19, many companies made quick adjustments to their […]

How to add impact, influence and authority in virtual meetings – Free webinar!

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The need for effective online interactions with colleagues and clients is now essential in place of face-to-face meetings. And how we present ourselves on-screen is critical for maintaining a professional image and demonstrating our credibility. On Wednesday May 27th at 11am, image consultant Sarah Biancardi provides essential guidance for maximising your professional image online in this engaging […]

Video conferencing booming during lockdown

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Meeting room solutions and video conferencing specialist StarLeaf has released the StarLeaf Trends Report outlining the uptake of video conferencing usage seen across the business during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The report collects data from a number of countries including the UK, France, Sweden, Germany Italy, and the US. From the UK notable findings include: […]

Top Tips: Your essential guide to ‘above the keyboard’ dressing

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by Sarah Biancardi, House of Colour consultant The need for online interactions in place of face-to-face gatherings and meetings is essential amid the COVID-19 pandemic and while social distancing measures are in place. The effects on our personal and professional exchanges require us to be available and camera-ready at all times. How we present ourselves over […]

StarLeaf launches new ‘meeting room’ solution

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Following the announcement of its launch earlier this year, StarLeaf Huddle is now available. The solution enables employees to get the most out of their workspaces with the ability to quickly, and cost-effectively, make any small space – whether it’s a meeting room or a remote or home office– a collaboration hub. StarLeaf Huddle is an […]

Brits upskilling at tech during lockdown

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‘Technophobe’ Brits have learnt new tech skills during lockdown – including how to video call, send a group text and even use their computer to make a phone call. Research polling 2,000 adults found a quarter previously avoided messaging into group chats, while 23 per cent wouldn’t use video conferencing for work. More than a […]

Tech is helping businesses and staff find success and productivity

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UK businesses are finding success in home working thanks to technology-enabled solutions, according to a new study commissioned by Technology Connected. The organisation, which represents the Welsh technology industry, commissioned an omnibus survey among decision makers in a variety of businesses across the UK, who were able to support large scale remote working, to see […]

Worried about ‘Zoombombing’? Follow these handy tips…

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One of the sub-headings of the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown has been the move to virtual meetings via videoconferencing technology – and from there, the security breaches that have occurred.  Zoom in particular has been making the headlines for less than positive reasons; its use is now banned by several major corporations, and the […]

Coronavirus: Quarter of bosses still to address staff on Covid-19 crisis

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A quarter of UK bosses (27 per cent) have failed to address their staff via video conference to update them on the implications of the Covid-19 crisis. The news comes as projections suggest a surge in UK unemployment figures, with over half a million workers signing-on for universal credit. The polling forms part of a […]

A third of companies suffering video conferencing crashes

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Just under one third of UK businesses (31 per cent) say their video conferencing system has crashed during a critical meeting since the Covid-19 outbreak, according to a new poll. The polling of 200 businesses decision-makers in UK SMEs is part of a 1,500-word report entitled Covid-19: Isolation Nation, from the Parliament Street think tank. […]