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5 Best Practices that Will Enhance Your Tablet Teleconferencing Experience
The recent explosion of high quality, inexpensive videoconferencing software coupled with the growing popularity of tablet computers in the work place is making it easier than ever before to save money and maximize the productivity of your business. As you might have guessed, we've been at this cloud conferencing thing a while, and in our search for an excellent, inexpensive teleconferencing solution we've tried a lot of things. Some worked out great. Some, not so much.
To save you the trouble of going through the same trial and error process we've distilled those insights into a simple set of guidelines anyone can use to get the best possible teleconferencing experience, without shelling out thousands (or hundreds of thousands) in the process.
Follow these guidelines and you will be well on your way to creating an affordable, high quality teleconferencing solution for your business:
Get everyone on the same page
- Schedule your meeting in advance and make sure everyone participating is aware of the specific time--especially if members are calling in from different time zones.
Designate a leader
- Most video clients work best when one person creates the meeting and invites other members to join.
- Assign someone the role of host or curator and verify that they understand how to initiate the call and add participants.
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