We have come a long way from simply being excited about seeing people who are far away while talking with them to turning the technology into a necessary business communication tool.
Without developing the best habits, however, it is possible—even likely—we will completely misuse this visual medium, look awful, and be perceived in a negative way. And because videoconferences are easily recorded, any mishaps can be watched hundreds of times.
Jay Koenigsberg, founder and CEO of Vexcorp, Inc., a private IP (Internet protocol) network of videoconference services, has set up a network of branch locations across the United States. Jay points out, “The videoconferencing experience is either good or bad. There are no ...