There are etiquettes when it comes to being on a conference call. The following infographic exemplifies all the different kinds of conference callers. Avoid being the "musical maestro" or the "disorganized organizer" and learn your conference call etiquette.
Published By: HPE Intel
Published Date: Feb 17, 2016
Strategies for State, Local, and Education IT Management
View this webinar to learn about how the explosive growth of data calls for new approaches from IT management. You'll hear from a panel of state, local, and education IT decision makers how increasing scale and complexity of data collection and storage are challenging their departments to adapt.
Mark Meyers is the CTO and DIS Director of the state of Arkansas
Dr. Paul Kim is the CTO and Assistant Dean of the Graduate School Education at Stanford University
Leo Leung is the VP of Corporate Marketing at Scality
Bob Schaar is the Segment Solutions Leader for SLED and SMB at Hewlett Parckard Enterprise
Wyatt Kash is the VP of Content Strategy at Fedscoop
Are meetings a “soul sucking waste of time,” as a columnist for the British newspaper The Guardian suggests?1 They could be if they’re unproductive, boring, too many of them, or all of the above. The solution may lie in technology, if used properly.
“Technology is essential to innovating the conference call and boosting staff engagement,” according to a Harvard Business Review column.2 Video, for instance, may enhance “connectedness between participants” and help them see reactions to one another’s ideas.3
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Nov 12, 2015
The hallmark of a great conference call is audio quality that sounds just like being in the same room with the other participants. Polycom HD Voice technology delivers more than twice the clarity of ordinary phone calls for life-like, vibrant conversations.