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Ten Rules of Etiquette for Videoconferencing
Don't let the small screen fool you. There are right ways and wrong ways to behave
It's the big day. You have a videoconference with the chief executive of your company to pitch your ideas. You're on time, and you couldn't be more prepared for your presentation.
But are you up-to-date with your online--and on-camera--etiquette?
Video services like Skype, Google Hangouts and Join.Me are increasingly flooding the workplace. They offer a sense of immediacy that conference calls cannot, and they deliver big savings in contrast with traveling for actual face-to-face meetings.
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