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This page is dedicated to providing you with insights, background stories, interviews, and blog posts covering a wide range of topics. From highlighting innovative features to uncovering new use cases, and even interviews with key players, you'll find it all here.
As any small company competing with the big players knows, we need to differentiate and go the extra mile to win customers. When we were approached by the medical department of a university with a very specific request, we jumped in.
Our Partner and Reseller Portal allows you to set up an unlimited number of white label video conferencing solutions. It provides statistics, configuration and branding options, as well as tools to support your customers.
A newsletter from a competitor made us aware of a cyber security company which publishes ratings of software vendors. While our initial rating score from this particular agency was low, we managed to raise our rating to the top of the list within a short period of time.
From virtual conventions to remote meetings, video represents the new definition of “face-to-face” interaction for many organizations. For two Swiss companies, years of preparation are putting them ahead of the curve in serving up secure, reliable, feature-rich solutions.
Shielding privacy is a value that the Swiss have long been known for in the world economy. Now, DSwiss offers this protection to every technology user who wants to stay in control of their digital assets. The company designed their SecureSafe solution as a virtual lockbox that can only be opened by the authorized user.
Financial institutions around the world have been providing online banking options to customers for many years. But the more nuanced areas of consultation and wealth planning have traditionally taken place only in-person at local branches. Today, this is beginning to change. One Swiss wealth planning firm, VermögensZentrum (VZ), recently made the decision to make the entire client service experience available over the internet
In the world of telecommunications, profit margins are getting tighter and technology is changing faster than most providers can keep pace. Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) competitors are coming in over-the-top to deliver value and reap massive profits in the enterprise space.
For Unified Communications providers, it’s essential to have a feature-rich video-conferencing option that can scale to meet the needs of thousands of business users simultaneously. It was evident that licensing an existing web-conferencing application would make more sense than trying to build one.
In an increasingly global economy, tomorrow’s well-educated and highly skilled professionals need an early start at mastering international interactions. Online Education Partnership (OEP) provides a vital service for families that want to ensure their children are prepared to attend the best schools at home or abroad.
The way you set up your lights will make a big difference in the way people on the other end of your call perceive you. Remember face and body language are essential or else you might as well be making a phone call. Look at your image critically. Analyze what is the image you wish to project. Best that the camera be at the same level as your eyes so your face won´t look distorted.
This year alone, we have added several options to our portfolio of offerings. These new choices supplement our popular “Standard Veeting” that hosts five audiovisual participants for team collaboration and typical business meetings. Here’s a quick overview
Janus, the two faced Roman god of gates and transitions, is a fitting icon for Meetecho’s WebRTC server. In fact, this open source technology does more than bridge the gap between one person and another, making real time communication over the web more secure and reliable. The Janus gateway implementation is also designed to provide WebRTC access to a greater array of technologies.
Balmy Latin America is feeling a cool breeze from the Swiss Alps this season with the introduction of Veeting Rooms into the regional telecommunications marketplace. XmarteK, a value added distributor of enterprise communication solutions, has deployed our technology for its own helpdesk centers with great success.
Regardless of the many advantages that they offer, face-to-face interviews are becoming more and more outdated, as video conferencing seems to be the new norm in human resources. Still, there are differences worthy of being mentioned and taken into account when designing a successful interview process.
Unlike past times, the salesperson nowadays does not have the task of informing the customer. In fact, the customer can oftentimes complete the job of getting informed on their own. For example, our customers inform themselves about Veeting online but often they still call and want a live presentation.
By using branded video conferencing rooms, you create a personalised environment that will make you and your customers feel more at ease and further eliminate the barriers associated with physical distance. Of course, ease of use remains a top priority. Your customers should be able to access the meeting with a single click, without installing any extra software and with the minimum amount of hassle involved.
WebRTC has experienced a high number of use cases ranging from conferencing and collaboration for contact centers to HR and recruitment, training, education, distance learning, tele-health, market research, transactional data exchange, remote consulting services, surveillance, financial services and other. In this article we have a close look at the benefits of WebRTC solutions for HR managers.
Chelsea Hammond, a Deaf Studies major at prestigious Boston University, has been sign- ing for over 10 years and is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). As a highly proficient signer, Chelsea has the opportunity to work with many people on a one-to-one basis as a private tutor.
Let’s take a closer look at how Team, Sales and HR management used to be without the appropriate web conferencing and web collaboration tools and how the latter have changed company management for the better.
One of the most exciting things about developing a communication platform like ours is seeing the innovative ways people put it to use in improving their lives. We had the opportunity to interview a young woman in the United States recently about her experience using Veeting Rooms technology to tutor a student overseas. Tiffany Yang is a native speaker of Mandarin—and she teaches this elegant language to several students in-person.
One of CEOs’ toughest challenge is to manage and effectively communicate with all the different stakeholders, from customers, employees and press to investors, partners and board members. Regardless of being in or out of the office, CEOs have to always be available for all those who need them. How can they achieve that with the smallest possible amount of hassle involved while also maintaining productivity levels high?
Christian Laux, founding partner of LAUX LAWYERS AG in Zurich, recently began using Veeting Rooms in his practice. He shared his experience with this modern communication platform and offered insights into how such technology should be implemented in the highly regulated legal industry.
Change doesn’t always lead to progress but there can be no progress without change. This being said, it’s always challenging for leaders to get everyone within the company to accept and embrace change as an opportunity to grow and, ultimately, evolve. People usually get used to a certain work pattern and find thousands of reasons to cling to it whenever change knocks at their door.
From adapting to technological advances and economic changes, to retaining customers, recruiting top talent, and finding ways of growing their business, CEOs have a lot of issues to handle. Some of the many things that they need to do on a daily basis include handling tons of emails, maintaining communication with employees, synchronizing with their schedule, manage teams, handling remote employees, traveling, etc.
The disruption of the communication market happens right now. Whereas until now we had one communication tool for everything, soon we can communicate in every tool.
Last week I have written about how my means of communication in business has changed over time and how I can’t think of doing business without web conferencing nowadays.<br/><br/>This week I want to take the opportunity to look back in time and see how distance communication has evolved over time, from smoke signals to Veeting Rooms.
Even though I spend a lot of my talking time on Veeting - obviously - I still use ordinary phone calls for business meetings once a while. I sometimes ask myself how I managed to do business a few years back when low bitrate codecs where the norm rather than the exception.
Over the past month we have been working hard to advance our system even more. We took the extra mile to offer you even more privacy for your business meetings. A new “off-the-record” meeting will allow you to meet your customers safe in the knowledge that none of your meeting data is cached on our servers at all.
The latest release 2.0 of the award winning email client Mailbird comes with integrated apps such as Moo.do, Evernote and Veeting Rooms. These apps make Mailbird the most productive and easy to use email client for Windows.
Even in today’s increasingly transparent society, good communication in both personal and business transactions is predicated on the expectation of privacy. Attorney/client privilege and physician/patient confidentiality are two of the best known examples of protected communication. But in the broader arena of commerce, interactions as varied as financial consultations, contract negotiations, and recruitment efforts take place under the umbrella of confidentiality for financial and ethical reasons.
In the early days of business software development, one of the prime benefits of having an enterprise-class budget was the ability to purchase software for on-premise use. Large companies could readily outspend and outclass smaller competitors. However, the advent of inexpensive technology along with web-based delivery models has radically changed the balance of power. Large companies with thousands of employees are now hard-pressed to justify the excessive cost per-person of managing software in-house.
Something that we at Veeting have always known and why we designed our service to accommodate audio only meetings as well as video meetings: Not everyone wants to use video all the time. This is also one of the conclusions arrived at in new research undertaken by compiled by telecom technology review company Software Advice
Video conferencing and collaboration platforms are becoming increasingly popular to small businesses and individuals. With video conferencing costs coming down and remote working being offered by more and more companies, the reasons to adopt video technology as a means of communications are becoming clearer than ever.
When you think of the word software, the concept of installation quickly comes to mind. Software as a Service (SaaS) however is an innovation that does not require standard installation. You don’t need to download, install and configure software. Like all SaaS offerings Veeting Rooms web video conferencing service is hosted on our servers and instead of owning a copy of our product, you rent it.
If we talk to people about our product one of the first lines we hear is "Video conferencing? I use Skype for that". Read here what we typically respond to these Skype users.
A new web technology with the name of WebRTC - the RTC stands for real-time communications - allows developers to build interactive high-fidelity voice, video and data applications which run directly in the user's browser, with no further software or plug-in required. Veeting Rooms is such a solution.