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Making remote meetings workConferencing as a Service (CaaS)Remote WorkVirtual Communications

Managing remote meetings isn’t in your job description

Wouldn’t the hours you now have to spend trying to plan, manage and host remote meetings be better invested actually doing your primary job? One thing we know here at Intellor from two decades of planning, hosting and recording complex virtual meetings of all types: conferencing can get complicated, awfully quick. “I was never trained to manage remote meetings…” Even…
John Lovell
October 20, 2021
Crisis communicationsConferencing as a Service (CaaS)Event ProducersRemote WorkVirtual Communications

Crisis Communications in a Virtual Work Environment

We continue to live through challenging times, with the COVID outbreak possibly surging again, controversies over vaccines, and a deep sense of displacement among most of the American workforce. Organizations continue to struggle with being able to communicate effectively with employees, stakeholders, customers and investors during these times of crisis. Tools and services that enable companies of all sizes to…
John Lovell
July 30, 2021
After life of live eventConferencing as a Service (CaaS)Event ProducersRemote Work

Thinking about the “afterlife” of your live event

Sometimes live conferences and events require an “afterlife,” to reach other audiences after the presentation has been made. How do make sure the shared media files reflect your organization or brand in a professional way? Thanks to remote working and reconfigured office arrangements, sharing and distributing recorded content after the event is becoming more and more common. Whether this means…
John Lovell
July 13, 2021
conference call hold timesAudio ConferencingConferencing as a Service (CaaS)

High time to eliminate hold times

Why would an organization rely on a switchboard to connect high-profile callers to a high stakes call in 2021? Investor relations and media relations professionals are modernizing their communications with web broadcasts, live video, and more. And yet their telephone callers are still stuck at the switchboard. Yes, the analysts, investors and media choosing to join by phone are in…
Maggie Logan
June 22, 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
Conferencing event producerConferencing as a Service (CaaS)Event Producers

“We’re live in five minutes”: the value of an event producer

When conferencing event technology isn’t playing nicely minutes before an important live virtual training session is set to begin, that’s when having an experienced Event Producer really matters. Recently I witnessed an incident during a live video conferencing event, and it really served to highlight how challenging it can be for presenters when unexpected technical issues come up “in the…
John Lovell
June 1, 2021
Video conferencing boardroomConferencing as a Service (CaaS)Video Conferencing

Maximizing your investment in room-based video conferencing equipment

Everyone is aware of the ways in which 2020 changed not only how organizations work, collaborate and communicate – but where they do so. As part of their adjustment to this new reality, many organizations expanded investments in conferencing technologies to enable remote work. For communicators delivering high-stakes events – IR calls, town hall meetings, mission-critical inter-agency or department briefings,…
John Lovell
May 25, 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