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Desktop sharing is nothing new. But what we are seeing in today’s business world is the rapid uptake of desktop sharing software by companies of all shapes and sizes for a variety of use cases: sales presentations by mortgage brokers, online trainings by software companies, client calls by banking and financial advisers, etc.

More industries are quickly realizing the efficiencies and savings to be gained via desktop sharing. If your company has recently discovered these benefits, equipping yourselves with a solid desktop sharing solution is the next logical step. Once you’ve done that, you’ll want to understand the basics of hosting desktop sharing meetings with your colleagues and clients – this is what we’ll cover below.
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Deliver Presentation
In almost any job communication skills, especially oral presentation skills, are a must have. Many professionals have not noticed a change in the way that presentations are conducted in recent years. Others, however, have found, or will find, that many presentations can change drastically in the way that they need to be prepared and delivered. One thing is for sure: time is precious, especially the personal time of your audience members. You have a great presentation to make but if you take too long and bore them, it’s wasted. This article aims to give ten tips on how to give an effective short presentation, whether you will be delivering your presentation to a live audience, to an online audience, or both.
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US Traffic Congestion
It’s accurate to say that nobody likes a traffic jam. Unfortunately, a further fact is that traffic congestion costs us immensely. To give an example, American families spend 19c out of every $1 on transport, which is more than food and healthcare combined. Despite these large costs and a general intolerance for traffic jams, the cost of U.S. traffic congestion is continuing to grow each year suggesting that little is being done to combat it. It seems we have almost come to accept traffic congestion and turn a blind eye to its growing costs.
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Remote workspace
Working from home or from another remote location is becoming more and more common. In a report by Global Workplace Analytics, around 3.3 million people work remotely on a part time basis. Since 2005, remote working has increased almost 80%. In 2015, there seem to be even more opportunities for employees to work from home at least one day per week. Yet, as much as people may want to work from home, it leaves one important question: How do you set up your remote workspace?

Clearly it can’t be effective to simply work on the couch with the TV on in the background. In this post, we are going to discuss some of the things that you need to know to set up your remote workspace in a way that will help keep you focused and productive. (more…)

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