Meetings stories - Page 2
Streamline and simplify your video meetings with Zoom DTEN D7
DTEN's all-in-one Zoom Rooms solution banishes video meeting woes, streamlining business communication.
Zoom named Leader in Meeting Solutions Magic Quadrant
Zoom lauded as Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant again, marking its 4th win.
Zoom’s new Rooms and Meetings features
Zoom enhances its platform with new features for seamless communication across its Rooms and Meetings.
Preparing for the future of work – growing big ideas from small spaces
Offices ditch walls for agile workspaces, yet risk team dynamics in the quest for innovation.
BlueJeans Rooms audio quality gets Dolby boost
BlueJeans and Dolby launch Rooms for enhanced video meetings, aiming to dominate the growing huddle-room market.
Meeting Solutions Magic Quad - The Leaders' pros and cons
LogMeIn, Zoom, Microsoft and Cisco are ‘Leaders’ in the Gartner Meeting Solutions Magic Quadrant. We look at the strengths and cautions for each.
AWS adds new smart scheduling functionality to Alexa
The ‘Alexa Smart Scheduling Assistant’ is designed to help users schedule 1:1 meetings with multiple participants.
Polycom launches new cloud services for enterprises and service providers
Polycom unveils cloud services to streamline enterprise telephony device management.
Ricoh AU to resell Logitech solutions in move to aid expansion
Ricoh will resell Logitech's range of audio visual equipment as part of its own portfolio of collaborative meeting room solutions.
To meet or not to meet: Are workplace meetings a waste of time?
While some workers look at meetings as a vital necessity for success, others look at them as a complete waste of time and completely unnecessary.
What is the state of the modern meeting?
When considering your business strategy, you should recognise both the hard and soft costs of meetings, whether digital or physical.
Aussie workers spending too much time on meetings
Research shows workers in Australia waste up to 30% of the working week preparing for and attending status meetings – an average of 12 hours per week.
SMBs offered chance to pitch at govt 'speed dating' event
Business New Zealand and the Ministry of Economic Development matchmaking kiwi businesses with senior buyers from 15 government organisations.
Is the laptop dead?
There was a time when owning a laptop was uncommon and typically restricted to business people who travelled a lot for work.
Skype launches premium enterprise features
Version 5.1 for Windows PCs now offers group video calls between three to ten people for a monthly subscription.
How to master communication for global projects
Cloud-based applications provider Mindjet is sponsoring a free Webinar on ‘Mastering Communication for Global Projects’.
NZ ICT offers Government cash savings
The Government could save more than $180 million on ICT expenditure if it listens to the NZ ICT.