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Hybrid work events part 1Best PracticesRemote WorkVirtual Communications

Making the most of hybrid work events (Part 1)

Now more than ever, producing engaging and impactful hybrid events – conferences and meetings with in-person and remote attendees – should be a high priority within the context of your organizational communication strategy. Hybrid work events have become critical in terms of retaining cohesive teams and exchanging information on a global scale. Because many people have discovered they prefer the…
Candice Evans
June 15, 2021
All Hands conference callBest PracticesConferencing as a Service (CaaS)

Getting the All Hands conference call exactly right

For enterprise organizations and NPOs, there are some conference events that are simply too important to get wrong. When failure simply isn't an option, you need Intellor. All Hands conference calls require professional presentation, regardless of how many participants, technologies, countries or audiences may be involved. It's a moment when messages need to be delivered with confidence and clarity. But…
John Lovell
June 9, 2021
video presentation best practicesBest PracticesRemote WorkStudio SessionsVideo Conferencing

Studio Session #4: Virtual backgrounds and video presentation tips

Web conference presenters have embraced virtual backgrounds over the past year – whether as the “latest and greatest” or to simply to mask the realities of working from home. But are they beneficial or detrimental to the messages you’re trying to convey in your meetings? Depending on the image you want to project, the subject you’re speaking about or the…
Candice Evans
June 4, 2021
Best PracticesConferencing as a Service (CaaS)

2020 proved the value of well-managed virtual communications

An interesting article over on the PR News Online web site provides some hard-won guidelines for conducting virtual press events. The timely advice is mainly shared by seasoned corporate communications professionals who were forced to transition to more creative online solutions to reach the media, as well as critical target audiences. However, their insights apply equally to any company, NPO…
John Lovell
May 10, 2021
Best PracticesStudio Sessions

Studio Session #2: Continuing the conversation when the conference ends

Webinars and teleconferences are a significant investment of time and money. Posting the recordings online and sharing the slides are useful, but to see the greatest returns, organizations should look at this content through new lenses. Conference recordings can help amplify your message and engage current and future audiences long after your event host thanks everyone for attending. And often…
Candice Evans
May 4, 2021
Best PracticesWeb Conferencing

When DIY web conferencing becomes a liability

With a variety of popular web and video conferencing applications now in widespread use for most companies and organizations, the notion that all meetings and events can now be handled internally is an easy assumption to make. And 90% of the time, that’s likely true. Regularly-scheduled internal meetings, brainstorming sessions, training classes and events that require small numbers of participants…
John Lovell
April 30, 2021
Best PracticesWeb Conferencing

What it means to “conference without compromise”

Video, audio and web conferencing are here to stay; they’re essential tools for enabling companies and government agencies, offices and teams to communicate internally and externally. COVID-19 has caused organizations to expand and diversify conferencing technology investments at an unprecedented pace, coupling them with a “ready or not” adoption push to ensure continued operations, regardless of pandemic conditions. And from…
John Lovell
April 23, 2021