Online Meetings - Communication in the Home Office

More and more companies are sending their employees into the home office. To maintain communication, all meetings must now take place online.

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Besides a powerful notebook, a decent camera and a stable internet connection, you need a suitable client that allows group chats via video. Not every client has the same functions. With Lifesize, for example, up to 25 people can connect simultaneously via browser, desktop app (Windows, Mac) or mobile app (iOS, Android) for video conferences. Providers such as StarLeaf, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business also have business-ready solutions for chat, video calls and online meetings. Collaboration tools, which play presentations in parallel or enable the sharing and joint editing of documents, extend virtual collaboration. Clients such as Cisco Webex Teams even offer a whiteboarding function for sketching, scribbling, or collecting ideas. So you can continue to work on your projects, share, discuss and present them - even in your home office!

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