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Guest Post by David Maldow, Founder and Lead Analyst of Let’s Do Video When it comes to business communications, Skype for Business is the 800lb gorilla in the room. It has to be part of the discussion. Microsoft has two huge advantages in the enterprise UC battle right now. One is that Skype4B is part […]

Filling the Skype for Business Feature Gaps
January 11, 2017

By Ben Fineman, Program Manager for Internet2 It’s no secret that Zoom has been generating a lot of interest in the research and education community. By Zoom’s own count, they currently have users at over 5,800 separate educational institutions. That’s a lot! There’s clearly something going on there to take note of, and we’ve been […]

Guest Post: Zoom Now Available Through NET+
November 28, 2016

Frost & Sullivan’s Analyst Gauntlet is a structured program wherein participating vendors and service providers give industry analysts deep dives and demonstrations of their collaboration solution. The analyst then uses the collaboration solution over a period of time and provides candid feedback based on his/her user experience with the specified tool. This week I’m putting […]

Zoom Runs the Analyst’s Gauntlet [Guest Post]
August 15, 2016

You’ve just had a successful Zoom conference with your entire team: the folks in the office, the team member working from home today, consultants in other countries, and a VP out on the road. The real question is: what comes next? For most people, the end of the meeting is just the beginning. Now it’s […]

Guest Post: 5 Easy Ways to Save Time After Your Meeting
June 12, 2015

Over the past several years, we have witnessed an evolution in the classroom. Some would call it a revolution. The traditional instructor-led lecture is slowly giving way to a more active model. Students are being asked to learn in a more collaborative environment. This small group collaborative interaction motivates students to be more engaged. As […]

Guest Blogger: Frank Kolavo on Classroom Evolution
February 24, 2015

How To Teach Online Lessons with Zoom A couple of years ago, my business partner (James) and I (Kris) launched an online English as a Second Language (ESL) school in Turkey. An integral part of any online lesson is which videoconferencing software you use. Skype is popular with independent online teachers, but it lacks a […]

Guest Post: Why Off2Class Loves Zoom For ESL Instruction
January 29, 2015

“Frugality includes all the other virtues.” – Cicero Did you know employees eligible for federal telework work remotely 2 days per week, reducing office space by up to 30%, absenteeism by 31%, and voluntary turnover by 4%, while increasing productivity by 12.5%. (Source: Global WorkPlace Analytics.) The Patent and Trademark Office reported a 21% first-year […]

Zoom Guest Post: Cost Savings From Remote Meetings
November 4, 2014

Since Zoom launched in February 2013, we have reached over 10 million participants, attracting over 20,000 businesses and 1,400 educational institutions globally. Zoom’s success has led many to ask: what is the magic formula? Nick Chong, our Head of Product Marketing, answered this question on a guest blog post for the Dell’s Founders Club. Nick is responsible for […]

How We Zoomed Past 10 Million Participants
July 22, 2014

As a small business owner, I was excited when I discovered Zoom. I had been looking for a web-based, screen-sharing program to use to teach seniors how to get the most out of their computers, phones and tablets. What I discovered once I started “playing”’ with the many features Zoom offers, is that it is […]

Guest Blogger: Technology Coaching & Connections Via Zoom
November 5, 2013