Webinars Set To Boost Video Conferencing Success
As the drive toward video conferencing continues to expand in the enterprise, those just getting in on the ground floor could use some guidance. After all, like any new technology, there is a learning curve, but in this case you need to get up to speed quickly, to keep up with your competitors.
That’s why Revolabs, a pioneer in the video conference space, is hosting two webinars to help those mulling such a move make an informed decision.
The first is on Tuesday, April 26, at 10:00 a.m. (EDT)
Titled “Great Audio Makes Great Video”, the session will demonstrate the importance of clear sound in making a video presentation successful.
“Today’s business communications and workplace collaboration are being transformed from traditional meetings to virtual meetings with new conferencing technologies such as video conferencing or WebRTC,” Revolabs says on its webinar sign-up page. “Getting the equipment that enables these types of meetings to work together can be challenging, but your audio shouldn’t be. You just want a simple, professional audio solution; one that is intelligible, flexible and interoperable, regardless of the call.”
To that end, Revolabs invites interested parties to sign up immediately HERE. “Attend our live webinar and get the scoop on today's trends and the modern technologies that enable a better video conferencing experience,” the company advises.
Two days later, Revolabs will host a second presentation, this one titled “Revolutionize Your Business Communications.”
It’s being promoted thusly: “In our high-speed world, you can’t afford to miss a word. Hovering over a telephone or laptop struggling to hear is stressful,” Revolabs says. “Working hard to listen to a presentation or lecture because your presenter’s microphone works poorly is frustrating. And this stress and frustration weighs on productivity and effectiveness. Make sure to attend this webinar for ways to Revolutionize Your Business Communication through great audio and eliminate audio fatigue.”
Those interested can sign up HERE. The second presentation takes place Thursday, April 28, at 2:00 p.m. (EDT)
Edited by Stefania Viscusi