Vanguard Law Magazine, January 2019 As any startup founder would agree, starting a company is a lot of hard work. So much work is necessary to ensure that the legitimacy and credibility of a company is held to it’s highest degree. If funding is involved and desired, ensuring that documents and processes are accurate and […]
As some companies pursue dual headquarters and other geographically dispersed workforces, others are consolidating. Tim Kridel explores the need for quantifying AV’s impact in all of those scenarios. Read the full article here.
The winter of 2015 saw more than 100 feet of snow dumped on Northeastern cities, like Boston and New York. These blizzard conditions disrupted the lives of many commuters and office-goers making travel hazardous and workdays unpredictable. While many employees elected to work from home for weeks, communicating via jittery voice over internet protocol (VoIP) […]
The videoconferencing industry has been around for more than three decades, but it is hitting a growth phase and Austin’s Vyopta Inc. is working to capture its share of that expanding market. The conferencing industry has grown into an mix of big vendors of relatively expensive “room systems” and emerging companies that are taking conferencing […]
Video has broadly moved from just transactions and meetings to become a primary way that teams collaborate on projects. According to a 2015 report from analytics company Vyopta, median video usage in the enterprise doubled over the past two years. Read the full article on cnbc.com
Odds are, you’re spending more time working remotely, or collaborating with remote coworkers. It’s also likely part of your last video conference was spent troubleshooting a spotty connection. But for Chris Pacitti (right), a managing partner at AVX Partners, the future of video conferencing is coming in loud and clear: More businesses are relying on virtual collaboration — […]