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4 Ways Internet Conferencing Improves Productivity

Posted by Michelle Nikolayevsky on
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At ReadyTalk, we are obviously big fans of internet conferencing. It’s efficient, saves time and money, and helps boost productivity.  Here is a refresher on why internet conferencing is useful:

1. Meet anytime, anywhere

Aligning everyone’s schedule can be challenge. With internet conferencing, one click is all it takes to start a meeting whenever is most convenient, regardless of location.

2. Save Time and Money

This is obvious. While meeting in person is ideal, it’s not always feasible. Internet conferencing saves time (no travel) and money (cost of travel, lodging, meals, etc.) With built-in video services, collaboration is more personal since it is easy to see one another.

3. Sharing: Applications and Desktop

Sharing applications, even desktops, makes meeting that more effective. Participants can view presentations, documents and more the way they are intended to be seen. That way, no one misses the important details.

4. Leverage Recordings

Good conferencing services allow you to record your meetings, and then provide hosting and access to archived materials. This is helpful especially if you need to reference or distribute the recording later. Additionally, recordings are convenient as they are accessible on your own terms.

Has internet conferencing benefitted your collaboration? Have something else to add to our list? Let us know, by dropping a note below.


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