By David Pierce for WIRED. Stepping into one of the “project rooms” at speaker-maker Sonos’s office in downtown Boston is
The latest video conferencing technology is drop-dead simple to use. It's as easy as pushing one button to join a video conference. Yes, you heard it right: one single button to connect with anyone, anywhere, anytime wth pristine quality.
Having worked on both sides, I've never understood the perceived wall between internal and external communicators. It's all communications at the end of the day, just different audiences, right?
Every time a regional person visits headquarters they find a ton of resources they never knew existed. Don't just share the obvious things like press materials, FAQs and images.
At my new workplace things are different. We use videoconferencing for pretty much every meeting. It's on our desktops, in
In this episode of the Future of Work podcast my guest is Jeffrey Rodman, the co-founder of Polycom.