ACT Conferencing Issues Top Five Tips for Video Confer
January 13, 2010 08:03 AM Eastern Time
LAKEWOOD, Colo.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--As the economic climate continues to curtail business travel, more compa
video conferencing as a routine and effective way to collaborate virtually with stakeholders around the world. As with all mediums o
some approaches can be more effective than others. Therefore, ACT Conferencing, a global provider of audio, web and video conf
today issued five essential tips to help businesses enhance their video conferencing skills.
The benefits of video conferencing are many. From decreased travel that saves time and money to faster decision making and a red
footprint, video conferencing is positively impacting businesses worldwide.
“Video conferencing is gaining popularity as a valuable business tool so it’s increasingly important for businesses to ensure employee
basics of video conferencing rather than relying on IT personnel for every call,” said Gary Iles, senior director of strategy and produ
ACT Conferencing. “By issuing some basic guidelines, ACT hopes to enhance the user experience and make the entrance into virtu
With 80 percent of communication consisting of non-verbal and visual cues, the use of video conferencing means that businesses ca
more effectively with clients and colleagues. Expressions are better understood, confusion can quickly be addressed, and working r
better maintained. By following ACT’s top five tips, businesses can gain an even greater return from their video conferencing service
ACT’s TOP FIVE TIPS
Know your system. Surprisingly some 75 percent of video conferences don’t work the first time due to a lack of understanding of
Take time to learn how to use the technology or contact your video conferencing provider to ensure they can easily facilitate your vi
ACT offers its clients on-site support from start to finish via its new managed services offering to ensure real-time, 24x7 support.
Assign a chairperson. Running a v