Why I Choose Videoconferencing to Collaborate
In my experience selling videoconferencing systems, most vendors focus on the ROI of replacing expensive travel. While it’s easy to justify the expense of a videoconferencing system by eliminating a few executive trips, I believe that the real value of desktop videoconferencing is in replacing phone calls and some intra-city travel. There are many unrealized benefits to videoconferencing that give big ROI.
Collaborating on Your iPad
The iPad is changing the mobility landscape. More mobile workers and corporate executives are making the iPad and other tablets their device of choice for mobile computing.
I must admit I was a little sceptical of using the iPad to replace my laptop, but without the need to create documents using desktop apps like Word, PPT and Excel, I find the iPad is light to handle, instantly ‘on’ and intuitively elegant in its user design.
But the real powerhouse iPad apps that I found for mobile collaboration really blew me away, not only in terms of how I can connect but how easily I can participate in active collaboration meetings.