Latest headlines: Dr. S Ann Earon on whether hybrid meetings really work, Steph Beckett on Zoomtopia 2022 and MAXHUB plus news from DTEN
November 21, 2022 | Volume: 13 | Issue: 22
If you’ve ever wondered whether hybrid meetings really work out for all participants involved, our latest “Ask Dr. Ann” column answers that question. Dr. Ann delves into the ins and outs of hybrid meetings and examines how to make them successful.
I wrote our other featured column this time, all about my experience at Zoomtopia, during which I spent some time with MAXHUB! Check it out and learn a little about the V6 Classic and V6 ViewPro.
Enjoy and don’t forget to check out the news — did you hear that DTEN released an Android version of its D7X? Check that out and more!
Simple answer: Yes, hybrid meetings really work for both in-person and remote participants if technology, connectivity and environmental issues are addressed. Keep in mind any meeting is only as good as its weakest link. If people have trouble connecting, cannot hear and the environment in which they are participating is noisy and dark, the meeting may suffer. Meeting equity can be achieved if all factors for participation are addressed.
If you didn’t make it to Zoomtopia this year, you were missing out. As I mentioned to Gary on rAVe [TV], it was one of the best shows/conferences I’ve ever attended. From the networking to the engaging speakers to the entertainment, I had an amazing time and I hope I get to go back next year. I got to spend some time at MAXHUB’s booth, and my time there definitely didn’t disappoint.