Becoming a transparent business isn’t just a suggestion, it’s now a necessity. The benefits of a transparent business include stronger innovation for product development, increased employee engagement, a loyal and motivated staff, and a positive impact to your bottom line.
To achieve this level of transparency, many progressive organizations around the world are embracing internal social tools to help become more transparent.
Outdated e-mail and web conferencing technologies are paving the way for chat, video, and social collaboration tools. People now need communication that is in real time and highly interactive.
From intranets to wikis, to instant messaging platforms to talent management software, more businesses are building a work environment where employee interaction is mediated by technology, rather than in person. The reason? To make workplaces more social, which in turn leads to increased productivity.
Some companies fear that they’ve missed the boat, and that it’s too late to go social. Or that it is impossible to get everyone on board. But this isn’t true! By following a few steps you can slowly transform your workplace into a social environment. Here are a few tips:
Webcasting is an increasingly popular way of communicating to a targeted audience. If you are new to webcasting, or uncertain of what it really is, it is an online event which uses audio, video, and other interactive tools to allow the presenter and audience to communicate throughout the presentation.
A webcast can be delivered in real-time or on-demand for viewing at a later date. But it is often the live presentation that causes the most anxiety and stress. Since webcasting is 90% dependent on technology, it can be a little scary when things don’t go exactly as planned.
The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. When you have the right tools, tips, and support, webcasting can be an enjoyable and successful experience. Here are a few tips to ensure your webcast is stress-free:
You did it. You finally selected an enterprise video platform. All the hard work is done right? Well, not exactly.
If you are an internal communications professional it might be easy to forget that there are a few things that need to be in place for your deployment. Like optimizing your network so everything runs smoothly.
Don’t worry, it’s not that difficult. Here are a few tips to ensure you never have to second guess your enterprise video technology decision.
Enterprise YouTubes have come a long way in the last ten years. However many companies are still hesitant to adopt this video technology. This is partly because a lot of us don’t understand what an enterprise YouTube is, or what business challenges it can solve.
There are lots of technologies that allow us to upload and share video, but they don’t always have the feature set of a dedicated solution. Only a dedicated platform can help you and your company realize the full benefits of video in the enterprise.