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Baby, it’s cold outside! More than that, it’s snowing and windy up and down the Eastern seaboard, making for some dangerous traveling weather. Even your daily commute could become a nightmare in weather like this. It’s best to stay home, turn up the heat, pull our your laptop, tablet, or smartphone, and get to work. […]

Five Crucial Snowmageddon Apps
January 27, 2015

The invention of the telephone has made the world a smaller place and was one of the key drivers of the internationalization of commerce. If you have clients, friends, partners, or students in another country that you communicate regularly with, you are riding on the backbone of communications technology that spurred a revolution the moment […]

Why Are You Still Making Phone Calls?
December 18, 2014

To many owner-operators, CEOs, and sole proprietors, video conferencing will often receive a passing mention but won’t necessarily be looked at as a viable business booster. This is often accompanied by the notion that the company’s internal communications already function at a satisfactory level and supplementing that with a conferencing solution that introduces video into […]

The Growing Relevancy of Zoom Video Collaboration
November 25, 2014

Yesterday, David Maldow of Let’s Do Video and Paul Richards of Conference Room Systems joined our own Nick Chong in a lively discussion about the transformation of video conference rooms from fixed physical spaces to cloud collaboration powerhouses. David focused on the big picture of video conferencing solutions while Paul showcased the best in audio, […]

5 Lessons in Zoom’s Conference Room Transformation Webinar
November 13, 2014

A long time ago, IT administrators were probably the most underrated people in a company. It was a thankless job where getting a simple NAT set up could take hours. Today, the technology a company uses largely dictates its chances of success in the market. The IT staff, CTOs, and CIOs of a company now […]

Why IT Administrators Love Zoom
October 30, 2014

Large, international companies aren’t the only ones Zooming today! Thousands of SMBs (small to medium businesses) use Zoom, from 100-person start-ups down to one-person owner-operated consultants and educators. Today we’re focusing on those small but mighty Zoom customers: independent business owners-operators, the often-overlooked lifeblood of our economy. Why Do These Businesses Love Zoom? For starters, […]

Small Businesses Zoom Too!
October 14, 2014

Our newest case study is now out: The Ultimate Acting Experience Launches New School Through Zoom. This case explores how acting coach Rosalyn Coleman Williams – wearer of many hats (director, producer, actor) in the theatrical world – is using Zoom to create a new online-only acting class called Acting in the Digital Age. This […]

Virtual Acting Classes Launched on Zoom
September 30, 2014

Non-profit organizations are producing some of the largest humanitarian projects in the world. Accomplishing these things is no easy feat, especially considering the amount of money required to fuel these projects. This is true of any non-profit, even the smallest ones. When you look closely at some of these organizations, you may notice some areas […]

Zoom Works for Non-Profits Too!
September 18, 2014

Our newest case study is now out: Technically Simple Lives Up to its Name with Zoom.  This case explores Technically Simple, a provider of solutions and and courses that help professionals and organizations understand how they can use technologies to better their lives and reduce day-to-day stress. We spoke with Technically Simple’s founder Tim Stringer. […]

Case Study: Technically Simple Keeps It Simple With Zoom
September 16, 2014