If you could ask your conferencing vendor for anything you want to help you engage more effectively, what would you ask for? If your answer is, “I don’t know, but I know cool stuff when I see it,” you’re not alone. The word “engagement” is so broadly used it risks becoming meaningless.
Earlier this year Microsoft announced Skype for Business (SFB hereafter), it’s replacement of Lync. They’ve subsequently announced Skype Meeting Broadcast (SfMB hereafter) as a component of SFB that will scale a meeting to 10,000 participants. Word on the street is that they’ll announce
You want to rock the presentation, but then you’re asked to do something that rubs you the wrong way. Now what? A little backstory: I confess to a moment of frustration when I made a simple Facebook post: “If your idea of “webinars” is “talk over slides,” please reconsider.” The
Where in the lead-to-close cycle is a webinar most beneficial? The question came in after a recent conference I spoke at. Hi Roger, thanks for the informative session and offer to answer a follow up question. We’re a mid-sized company selling professional services, and we use webinars with mixed