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December 27, 2012 Offers Insights on Remote Project Handling Techniques

By Carolyn J Dawson
TMCnet Contributor

The latest in remote project handling methods have been comprehensively covered by the latest business telecoms study carried out by The latest study offers detailed insights that will assist enterprises in triumphantly setting up virtual or remote offices.

Enterprises can therefore extend across the globe without being disturbed due to failures in communication and consequential production losses.

Enterprises can now harmonize and administer complete projects from a remote location using the idea of ‘remote project handling.’ Technology needs to be implemented especially when workers and management are located at different places.

Managers will therefore be able to communicate with the staff using technology, ensuring acceptable planning, commencement and finishing projects.

File sharing, multi-party conferencing and office-to-office calls are mainly used to accomplish remote project handling.

Web-based users can share, view and modify documents and multimedia files like video lessons and project slideshows in an associative manner under the file sharing setting. A typical project normally consists of numerous files like documents and other assets, which need to be shared between staff and management.

A majority of unified communications (UC) capable phone systems and devices normally offer file sharing as a service.

Multi-party conferencing consists of the functioning of a platform where staff and management can get together in virtual Web-based chat rooms or through a shared VoIP connection. Numerous compatible VoIP phones and important telecommunications devices offer multi-party conferencing, an important aspect of remote project handling.

For the correct handling and execution of remote projects, normal office-to-office calls made using business phones every day should also be available as and when required.

In a statement, a Study Collaborator at said, “Remote project handling is possible with a sound network of VoIP phone systems and telecommunications equipment supporting real-time multi-party conferencing, multimedia file sharing and high-performance long distance calling. Remote project handling allows businesses to expand globally through virtual offices and remote locations without worrying about communication breakdowns and loss of control.”

The Web-based technical blog,, aims to educate its readers on the most recent technology developments. The organization aims to collect information on the budding technologies for the benefit of its readers. 

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Edited by Braden Becker


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