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Some Do’s and Don’ts of Video Conferencing

Post on : Tuesday,January 20th,2015 | Post by : admin
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When participating in a video conference, it’s important to be courteous to the other members of the meeting. Here are a few tips of what to do, and just as importantly, what not to do, when partaking in a video conference. DO: Say your name before you speak for the first time, so that everyone can know how to address you. Take note of the names of other participating, and refer to them by name. This helps build a sense.

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Video Conferencing the basics

Post on : Friday,June 13th,2014 | Post by : admin
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Do you ever feel disengaged during conference calls? Have trouble staying focused during a presentation in which you don’t get to interact with the speaker? We’ve all been there. Whether it’s training videos, sales calls, or meetings, it can be really easy to have a mental disconnect if you can’t see the person right in front of you. And while face-to-face, in-person interactions are the ideal, they aren’t always feasible. These are several reasons to consider a videoconferencing solution for.

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How To Decide Between Rack and Blade Servers

Post on : Wednesday,May 7th,2014 | Post by : admin
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When planning your server room for your business, there are several factors to consider. Things such as cost of hardware, power supplies, cooling, and the like all play a role in determining what kind of servers would best serve your company. Currently, there are three main form factors for servers on the market: rack servers, blade servers, and tower servers. Considering that tower servers are pretty much the same form factor as a desktop computer, not to mention that they.

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