Where do you work to get work done?

by Julian Fields in Lifesize | Comments 1

Tuesday morning, before heading out to the office, I responded to an email on my phone. I wanted to make sure my German colleagues had what they needed before they logged off for the evening. I work from home. When I got to my office, I finished going through my inbox and started to work… Continue ReadingLifesize, People, Trends


Introducing Lifesize Icon 400 and Lifesize Icon Flex

by Stephanie Capouch in Cloud | Comments 0

I’m excited to announce updates to Lifesize Cloud and introduce two new products into the Lifesize Icon family – the Lifesize Icon 400 and Lifesize Icon Flex. These innovations bring simple, reliable and effortlessly scalable video communications to every person and every conference room across devices, applications, browsers and Lifesize video systems.   “Customers tell… Continue ReadingCloud, Features, Lifesize, Technology, WebRTC

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Crafting a work-from-home email for your boss or team

by Stephanie Capouch in Healthcare | Comments 0

Many organizations are flexible when it comes to working from home when you’re feeling sick. The last thing the company wants is an outbreak of influenza taking out the entire sales staff. So when you feel that tickle in the back of your throat and your temperature starts to register triple digits in degrees Fahrenheit,… Continue ReadingHealthcare, People, Trends


Six Common Office Illnesses and Their Contagious Periods

by Julian Fields in Healthcare | Comments 0

We put our resident healthcare expert—okay, it was our intern—on the case to gather these stats on the most common office illnesses and their contagious periods. Plaster this poster in every break room and spread the awareness—not the virus.   Have little ones at home? Check out how video conferencing can help you stay connected… Continue ReadingHealthcare, People, Trends


Working from home with sick kids

by Tricia Austin in Healthcare | Comments 0

Now that the holiday season has come and gone, it is time to head back to work. As we swing back into our old routines, the only thing stopping us from our normal day-to-day activities is the reality of cold and flu season. According to WebMD: – Flu activity usually peaks in January and February…. Continue ReadingHealthcare, People, Trends


How Video Conferencing Saved Santa

by Liz Britain in Technology | Comments 2

As we count down the final days of the 2014 holiday season, we wanted to share our latest video conferencing case study from all the way up in the North Pole. Are the skeptics in your life still questioning how Santa gets it done? Read one grandmother’s response in our last blog, “Yes, Sam, Santa… Continue ReadingTechnology