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With companies doubling down on remote work, video conferencing is here to stay – Toronto Sun

Companies are reducing floor space and increasing time worked from home, even as the pandemic reaches a point where restrictions are lessening.

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Aug 09, 2021  •  11 minutes ago  •  2 minute read

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Holding meetings remotely is now a fact of life — and one that’s unlikely to disappear, even if the world returns entirely to normal. With the increased adoption of working from home that many companies will continue to offer, it’s very likely that video conferencing will remain a key part of office productivity, with some guests opting to dial in in favour of in-person meetings. But that’s not a negative — video conferencing can be a positive for your company if you go about it the right way.

Video conferencing is an easy productivity boost

Enabling staff to use video conferencing to join meetings can cut down significantly on expenses — there are fewer travel expenses, less downtime due to travel, and it promotes collaboration, given it’s much easier for employees to meet if you enable them.

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With a service offering the right functions, video conferencing can take on a whole new world of formats — hold your meetings like normal, but also hold a virtual event, online lessons, perform recruitment of new employees, or anything in between. And with the right program, you can build elements of interaction into the meeting, promote creativity and collaboration, and make use of valuable engagement tools that make all this that much easier and more streamlined.

LiveWebinar Pro is a superior video conferencing option

LiveWebinar Pro is one such platform that offers these features and more. LiveWebinar Pro lifetime subscriptions are currently available for $124.99, a reduction of 86 per cent off the regular list price.

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The service offers full customization to suit the needs of your business, and features advanced API integration (including REST Webhooks), and works with any device, including laptop and desktop computers, smart TVs and mobile devices. It also has advanced features like marketing automation, a phone bridge using toll-free numbers, and a whiteboard function to aid visual demonstration.

Video conferencing is here to stay as part of our working lives, so it’s worthwhile to adopt a program that suits your needs.

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