Working remotely has a lot of perks. No one can deny that. The most important one, of course, is that you have a firmer sense of control than you do with a traditional job. Whether you choose to travel or stay at home, you’re much more likely to have a flexible schedule and do more of the things that you want to do. The improved work-life balance is linked to higher levels of productivity.
In the world of Visiple cloud services revolve around screen sharing and video conferencing and at the same time we are at work at developing a brand new generation of tools that will incorporate social networks, additional security and more! A partner of our´s Correlate published this cool blog post on "stress and cloud services". Enjoy!
Ahh a case of the Monday´s ... or is it the "everydays"!
I fell upon this article while trolling Linkedin. Pretty funny pretty right to the point and perfect for not only startups and early stage companies but pretty much everyone.
Check the article out here
As 2017 closed Coworking would have realized a projected and record number of global users passing 1,2 million according to Deskmag.com. The wave is just starting as coworking spaces offer a place for not only young, hipsters and entrepreneurs to work but a place where they can meet up with others, sharing knowledge and more.
Happy 2018 Everyone! We look forward to having a great 2018 with you!
2018 will be a year of firsts for Visiple! We will launch some great new services that we announced in late 2017 such as TikkTalk allowing you to host a video conference in any language and have planned on launching a new communications tool. Shhhh...! more on that in another post!
Happy Holidays Everyone!
Great news as Visiple and Videonor has added support for the interpreter service TikkTalk. Tikktalk runs on our video platform, and now our customers have easy access to a TikkTalk account to search and book a meeting. The open market platform allows you to get the best prices on interpretation services.
Now customers can host a video conference in any language! How cool is that?
What is TikkTalk?
TikkTalk is an open marketplace for interpretation services. The TikkTalk platform connects businesses and government institutions directly with interpreters, and now, they connect you!
How do you use TikkTalk?
You then create your assignment simply by choosing a language, a time, and the type of interpretation. Interpreters are instantly alerted to your assignment and asked to apply. All you need is to choose one of them.
While you schedule your virtual meeting (per usual) with our services add TikkTalk to the invite which can be found in your Seevia directory (pictured below). And that’s it – you’re ready to go! All the assignment details are on your TikkTalk profile page.
With the push of a button, you will have access to more than 60 languages for your video conferences.
And that is not all! Stay tuned as Visiple is innovating as we speak. Our team is hard at work designing the services of tomorrow - today!
Happy Holidays Everyone!
Looking for a deal after eating all that Turkey? Check out Visiple.com´s super deal - Save $120.00 a year on your video conferencing service!
For more information check this out!
As we become more and more wired the need to be more and more secure is quite obvious. The team at Visiple is developing the next generation of services that do take into consideration security. I fell upon this video snippet from New Haven, CT´s Channel 8 TV. The Video can be seen here
As the user demands of video conferencing continue to evolve Håvard Holvik, Head of Research & Development, Videonor, a partner of Visiple has shed some light on where video conferencing is going.
Despite having been in the software development “business” for only 2-3 years, we have managed to introduce quite a few software products to our customers.
- We have a Mac/Windows video client for people who are used to point-to-point calls in a SIP/H323 environment.
- A Mac/Windows app which gives users with a personal VMR a simple administration interface and notifications when people enter a meeting.
- An Outlook plugin which makes it a breeze for users to schedule video meetings, not having to care about whether the other participants have video equipment or not.
- We also have a mobile app for Android and iOS which allows users away from their primary computer to join in on meetings.
Often mentioned in the media but never truly understood I stumbled upon (pardon the pun) a great article in American´s Oldest Daily Paper - The Hartford Courant. As Austin McChord founder of the now valued at $1b company noted
"My example is a case in point. Norwalk, where my business is based, may not be on most people's map of international hubs of business and innovation, but we proved that with broadband access and an internet unfettered by needless limitations, we can build a company that employs 800 of our friends and neighbors and attracts some of the best tech minds to Connecticut. "
Giving everyone fair access to high quality bandwidth (internet) not only connects a community to the internet it can change a community and a state. The article is here