What Other Tools Go Well With Video Conferencing?
Project Management tools like Asana and Monday.com are designed to help teams organize, track and manage tasks and projects. All projects go through a customized task workflow that controls the status of the project as well as the rules by which it transitions to other statuses. These tools make it easy to see project due dates, assignees and progress to ensure every project is completed correctly and on time.
Instant messaging tools like Microsoft Teams and Slack are great for quick impromptu text-based conversations to help keep your team connected throughout the workday. In addition to texts, you can also send GIFs and videos on the platforms, making the messages more exciting. All files and chats are synced, archived and searchable, so you can find chats and documents in the future. You can also create unique channels so smaller groups of people or departments can work together on tasks and projects.
Whiteboards are great for quickly sharing ideas, brainstorming with your team and making visual concepts easier to understand, but if you’re calling into the meeting over video it’s easy to feel left out. Lifesize Share with the Kaptivo whiteboard camera system lets you digitally capture and share content from any standard whiteboard. Kaptivo removes people, reflection and glares from the whiteboard session and presents a clear and sharp digital image to everyone on the call in real-time. After the meeting you can easily download or share your whiteboard session with your entire team or people outside your organization.
Your Complete Guide to Video Conferencing
In this guide, we’ll break down the basics of video conferencing — from where it all started, reasons it’s worth the investment and some tips and tricks on choosing the right video conferencing solution for your business’s unique needs.
Video Conferencing FAQs
What are my options for video conferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic?
In response to the unprecedented outbreak, Lifesize is offering free, unlimited video conferencing to all global businesses for six months. We want all organizations struggling with these challenges to have the ability to keep working effectively without complexity or compromise.
What are the best video conferencing solutions?
When it comes to video conferencing providers you have a number of different options to choose from like Lifesize, Bluejeans, Skype, Google Hangouts and Zoom. So how do you decide the one that is best for your company? All businesses have different priorities when it comes to their communication and collaboration strategy and needs. For some organizations, cost is the primary consideration, while others focus on security, reliability and support. Of course, many fall somewhere in the middle, making it all that more important to understand the differences between video conferencing solutions. Check out this guide to Lifesize vs. others for a deeper look into how Lifesize compares.
How does video conferencing work?
Today’s video conferencing solution comprises a central cloud-hosted infrastructure routing calls and transmitting video, presentation and audio feeds in real-time between personal device clients like laptops and mobile phones with embedded webcams and dedicated meeting room video conferencing device endpoints.
What are the basic requirements for video conferencing?
The minimum requirements for video conferencing includes three things: a high-resolution camera, ample computer processing (minimum 2 GB of RAM) and a reliable internet connection (about 2 Mbps down and 2 Mbps up of internet bandwidth on both sides).
How do I set up video conferencing?
In the meeting room, simply connect your video conferencing system to your meeting display and pair it to your account. Outside the meeting room, just download your favorite video conferencing app to your personal device, select to use your embedded webcam and microphone and connect to your virtual meeting room.
What is videotelephony?
Videotelephony describes any technology that can simultaneously receive and transmit audio-video communications. This technology typically includes a display screen, a microphone and a speaker component, and is used by people in different locations to interface in real-time.
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