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Video Conferencing As We Know It Is Changing: Ready or Not

I have been working in the video conferencing industry since hmmmm, about 1988 and have  been blogging about it since 2006, or so.  Yikes!  So many products, so many conferences, so many changes, so much fun…. Anyway, so much for nostalgia….lets roll with the FUTURE…. The title of this blog entry kinda says it all: Video conferencing as WE know

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SF Bay Area Commuters: Time to Telecommute / Telework

This is 2012…. There are any number of jobs that can use any number of remote access technologies (from ubiquitous high-speed Internet access to document application sharing to video conferencing to IP voice to plain old email…and everything in between) that allow employees to TELECOMMUTE / TELEWORK effectively, efficiently, and productively…….from virtually anywhere. Why is it not happening? Well….for one there

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Free Advice on How to Start a Telecommuting / Telework Program

Originally published on AltamontCowork.com – — OK, companies…here is the free advice on how to start a telecommuting program at your place of work. Ready? You sure? OK…. It ain’t rocket science…..do it. DUH. Give your employee a task with a deadline. Let them work on it anyplace, anytime. Remotely connect with them, everyday if you have to, via any

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BlueJeans Network: Cloud Video Conferencing

Ah yes, I remember it well.  I remember the day when I had to order an ISDN line at home (remember 2B+D?) to attend a videoconference from home (hey…I practice not just preach telecommuting!). Then, what seems like a short time later (and after ATM and Token Ring fell by the wayside…) we set-up pretty close to the first (Dr.

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Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3

This article originally published in the Tracy Press. Go here to read Part 2. Go here to read Part 1. Go here to read Part 4. READ MY 2011 UPDATE FIRST:  Free Telecommuting Advice Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 3 Save money, time, and the environment, reduce traffic, increase productivity, and maintain business continuity. As we have seen, telecommuting can have

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