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GlobalMeet 4.0 is Here

PGi announced that GlobalMeet 4.0 with Multi-Point Video (MPV) is officially here! With this new product upgrade, users can now experience an even more interactive and easy-to-use platform that can help improve the way users communicate and collaborate. The video conferencing functionality allows users to make virtual conversations less awkward and drab and instead more interactive and “I am not a …

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Why Remote Work is Perfect for Introverts

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In recent years, remote work has grown in popularity, becoming an option for more people than ever before. While remote work options might not yet be the norm in the workplace, more and more companies are realizing that allowing their employees to telecommute on occasion is a great way to foster good will in employees. The rise of remote work …

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How UCaaS is Driving Digital Transformation

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Digital transformation is taking over the enterprise, breaking down barriers and enabling smarter work and easier communication for end users. “Digital transformation” and “cloud migration” often seem to be used interchangeably, and while embracing cloud-based technology is undeniably a part of digital transformation, it’s not the only part. Put simply, digital transformation is the process of adopting any digital technology. …

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How to Get People to Pay Attention on a Conference Call

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Have you ever been on a conference call and asked a question to a participant, only to be met with awkward silence or a stammered response because the participant had clearly stopped paying attention and wasn’t listening when you asked your question? In a situation like that, even though you weren’t at fault, you can’t help but feel a bit …

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Improve Your Presentations by Ditching the PowerPoint

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The PowerPoint is a staple of the corporate workplace, enabling workers to better engage their audience and present their data in a compelling, aesthetically pleasing manner. However, the ubiquity of the PowerPoint also means that the PowerPoint has lost a bit of its charm. When you are regularly staring at slide decks for a large portion of your work week, …

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Komatsu Mining Corp. Connects Team Members & Tackles Projects with iMeet® Central – Case Study

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Komatsu Mining Corp., formerly known as Joy Global, is a provider of advanced equipment systems and direct services to the global mining industry. Komatsu Mining Corp. partners directly with customers to help facilitate zero-harm mining operations with the highest production and lowest life-cycle costs. With over 10,000 global employees, Komatsu Mining Corp. (KMC) was in search of a reliable, central …

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Global Business Etiquette: Cultural Differences in the Office Around the World — Infographic

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PGi recently conducted our Global Cultural survey, where we polled 800+ international responses to get a glimpse into how workplaces practices and business etiquette vary from culture to culture across the globe. One thing that came up frequently from our respondents was that differences in business etiquette and cultural norms often led to embarrassing interactions or cultural faux pas when …

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The Neuroscience of Motivation and How to Increase Motivation

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I’m sure everyone here is familiar with how hard it is to get work done when you’re feeling unmotivated. Call it laziness, procrastination or what have you, when motivation is lacking, work simply can’t be done. It’s easy to write off a lack of motivation as an excuse to partake in laziness, but the cause of our motivation (or lack …

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Is Unified Communications (UC) Just a Marketing Buzzword?

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For those of us in the telecommunications space, “unified communication” (UC) is a term that frequently pops up in conversation. However, unified communications has been dismissed as a ‘marketing buzzword’ by some. And there’s no doubt that unified communications is indeed a term that is used so frequently, some might argue it has lost some of its weight. But is …

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How to Have a Successful Audio Conference

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Conference calling has long been a key facet of corporate work life but, for many, conference calling can still be a large source of frustration. Conference call technology has improved over the years; so why are we still suffering through bad audio conferences? The problem lies in user error. Sometimes conference call best practices go against our natural tendencies. In …

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