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Civil War CannonTechnology is so completely ingrained in our everyday lives that we tend to take it for granted. Can you remember how you ever managed without a mobile phone? How did news spread prior to the Internet? A lot of the technologies that define our way of life today were only developed in the past few decades, such as screen sharing.

In this blog series, we look at 3 defining moments in history and wonder how certain events might have turned out differently if a solution like Mikogo had been available then… and we may even learn a thing or two from history in the process. So gather round the fireplace, dust off your ancient tomes – it’s time for a history lesson.


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Online Meeting MisconceptionsIf you’ve ever thought about hosting an online meeting, but decided against it for whatever reason then this post is for you. There are a lot of misconceptions about online meetings. Whether you’ve thought about hosting one or dreaded the thought of being invited for one, we here at Mikogo want you to know that online meetings aren’t as bad as these 7 common misconceptions might make you think! (more…)

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Project Management SkillsHave you ever thought what it must be like to work as a project manager? Apart from all the good things, there are some tough tasks and roles which a manager has to play. He’s the one who is responsible for making sure that everything is done to a high standard. Clearly, in order to become one of those proactive managers, one must acquire an extensive skillset. (more…)

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Wasted Work TimeDespite the constant ‘busyness’ that dominates life today, statistics show that we’re actually wasting more time than ever on trivial work activities. The computer was initially created to save time by automating tasks and doing things faster and better. However, as new apps and software solutions become available, the fear is that more employees will spend time on frivolous activities rather than work. (more…)

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