Current Trends in Communication
Good business practices are based on strong communication in much the same way as any successful relationship is. How you interact with your customers, employees, partners, and vendors is the deciding factor on whether or not you’ll thrive.
VR Isn’t Just for Video Games
Corporations like General Electric and Walmart have started implementing training programmes that rely utterly on Virtual Reality. VR has become a huge tech trend, and it is only set to become bigger.
VRallows employees to do hands-on training from wherever they are, saving huge sums of money thanks to on-location tutelage no longer being required. Anecdotal evidence has revealed that this kind of instruction additionally allows employees to absorb information at a greater rate, leading to stronger outcomes earlier on in their careers.
Live Streaming Is Where It’s At
Do you have a conference or need to conduct training but don’t want to pick up the tab to get all your employees to the same place at the same time? Live stream the event so that everyone can be there at once.
Are you hosting an event that you know some of your customers would love to attend? Live streaming the goings-on allows them to enjoy it without ever having to leave their homes!
Top Canadian casino sites picked up on the benefits of live streaming a while ago, offering players the chance to enjoy interacting with professionally trained dealers from wherever they happen to be. It’s 2020, and the entertainment is being delivered to your door much like takeout!
Invest in Cloud Storage Solutions
If you’re on the hunt for new ways to collaborate, share, and store information, cloud solutions offer you all that and more.
You’ll be able to take advantage of far more storage space than on-the-ground, and it’s far easier for your employees to access the information they need when they need it, no matter where they are. It’s also great news for customers in that they don’t have to hassle with signing into a website or sending large documents via email anymore. Cloud solutions let you send them a direct link containing all the information they need and vice versa.
Collaboration is a lot cleaner this way too. If you have remote workers tackling big projects together, this option allows team members to view edits as they’re being made, and they can track them far more successfully.
Video Conferences Have Levelled Up
The same players, GoToMeeting and Skype, have dominated the video conferencing game for many years now, and although both have their benefits, they have a range of disadvantages too.
They have glitches, both require users to download programmes to access the service, and their mobile solutions have simply not kept up with the times. Customers and employees on the move generally face huge obstacles when meetings are necessary.
Luckily, new companies are entering the arena, offering internet-based video conferencing services that don’t require a download. All you need to do is send a link through to your contact’s smartphone, tablet, or desktop and you’ll be able to conduct your meeting easily.