Tag Archives: conference calling

Common Conference Call Problems (& How to Solve Them)

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Sound is a fundamental element of everything we do. It dictates how we communicate with colleagues, how we interact with our environment and even how we learn. In the workplace — and during meetings in particular — being able to …

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8 Levels of Awkwardness on Disastrous Conference Calls

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Once again, your conference call starts late, runs long and is full of pauses and disruptions, but maybe no one noticed, right? Wrong! Behind the scenes, your meeting participants are wincing, yawning, multitasking and boiling with anger. Drink a cold …

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Walter L. Shaw: The Unsung Hero of Communications Tech

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Gates. Jobs. Zuckerberg. Love them or hate them, these names instantly conjure up memories of your first time using Windows, the first time you held an iPhone or the joy of that first friend request. Their contributions to technology and …

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In Plain English: Global Conference Calling Explained

Global conference calling sounds great, and it’s a term you hear often. But what exactly does it mean, anyway? In the USA and Canada, most of us are quite familiar with the regular old conference call- dial a toll or …

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In Plain English: The "boings" (tones) in conference calls?

Conference calls are a staple of the American workplace. Sometimes though, little things about them can drive us crazy. Like the “boing”. You know, the electronic tone that alerts you when someone has joined your call. For most people, it’s …

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