Video Conference News
Story by David Maldow and David Danto Greetings from Orlando, where the 2017 InfoComm Conference and Expo just wrapped up. It was another record year for InfoComm – with over forty four thousand attendees. This year, Let’s Do Video is joining forces with David Danto (industry consultant and analyst) to bring you the InfoComm wrap [...]
3 Ways to Grow Your Business Using Snapchat
I’ve definitely been guilty of being one of those people that uses Snapchat for the fun filters. There have been times where I’ll take a picture and burst into laughter as I forward it to friends. It’s pretty easy for me to get carried away, as you can see below! I’m definitely a fan of Snapchat and recently [...]
InfoComm 2017: Rolling Coverage
Let’s Do Video is excited to be attending the 2017 InfoComm event in Orlando this year. We will do our best to share our experience live via our Twitter feed below. We are also embedding the #InfoComm16 feed (further below) to share what other attendees are tweeting out from the show. Tweets by @LetsDoVideo #InfoComm17 [...]
InfoComm 2017: Vendor Booths Preview
This is the second, and final, part of our 2017 InfoComm preview guide. In the first part, we looked at the sessions. Now, we’ll preview what some of the industry’s leading vendors plan on displaying at this year’s show. There are far too many vendors to possibly cover them all, but we hope this list [...]
InfoComm 2017: Conference Sessions Preview
The countdown to InfoComm is on! We’ve already seen some exciting industry news come out before the show with more on the way soon! This year, from June 10-16, 2017, Orlando will be swarmed by AV and IT professionals looking to share their wares or learn about the latest offerings to implement in their organizations. [...]
Is IM The “Doorknock” for a Video Call or Do We Need Direct Video Dialing
In the days before videoconferencing it was a little more straightforward to connect with people. Everyone had a phone number, and to call that person you dialed that phone number. It didn’t matter which service provider you used, or what network you were on. Anyone could call you at that number. While all of this [...]
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New Approaches to the Meeting Room Videoconferencing Experience
10 years ago, the options for meeting room videoconferencing were mainly limited to set-top devices, and camera/codec bundles. With the rise of flat screens, set-tops had nowhere to perch, leaving meeting rooms with a uniform camera/codec approach to video. In recent years, this has been shaken up by the introduction of popular new options. Today, [...]
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How to Decide When It’s Time to Chat, Call, or Do Video
Story by Paul Comaroto, Glip Media theorist Marshall McLuhan famously said, “The medium is the message.” Could there ever be a time when this observation was more on point? All modes of communication have their strengths and weaknesses, and how and when you choose to use chat, voice or video can make or break the effectiveness [...]
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InfoComm Session Preview – APIs and Apps: The Building Blocks of Advanced Productivity
This year at InfoComm in Orlando, I will have the privilege of presenting a session in partnership with the IMCCA. The session will cover a number of topics, including: What is an API Common Examples of APIs API Driven Apps API Business Models How APIs Work APIs to Increase Productivity APIs to Connect Business Tools [...]
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How Our Remote Startup Uses Video
Being a team member of a remote startup can definitely be challenging. We all know how difficult it can be to have a successful startup. So, when the element of being completely remote is involved, there is the chance of having a lot of miscommunication. Between all the moving components, time zones, and everything else [...]