Authored by Yorktel Digital Communications Architect, Dave Tidler, the paper, entitled, “3 Best Practices for Video Conferencing, Streaming Media and Webcasts,” explores how advancements in broadband availability, visual and voice communications are leading savvy executives to utilize video and media services to reduce travel costs, stay connected to their increasingly remote workforces, and find new ways to engage customers and prospective clients.
Noted Dave Tidler, “While video conferencing, webcasting and streaming media have the potential to play a positive role in addressing these business needs, there is a significant challenge that must be addressed before this medium can become a viable replacement for in-person engagements: audience distractions. Technical problems, such as poor video quality, video and audio stutters, or dropped packets, can alienate your audience and compromise your results.
“Assuming you’re able to develop a compelling message and good content, this paper details three best practices organizations should follow to ensure their video conferencing session operates smoothly.”
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