Forseveral weeks now, the world's media has been dominated by one topic - thecoronavirus pandemic. No wonder aboutthat. The WHO last announced the state of global epidemic threat in 2009. Ina situation of a worldwide threatto our health and life, countries implement top-down regulations andrestrictions that have a significant impact on the economy. How to protect yourbusiness from a drop in profitability? Live streaming can help!
In the era of COVID-19 it’s obvious for many companies to move big meetings into a video-conference mode. It’s pretty clear. You set up a video call, send dial in numbers or a link to all participants, everyone meets via a web application to run an efficient meeting ;-) All great… but this is not always working well. Let’s just imagine a town hall meeting for 2.000 people… well, it would not be easy or even possible with a simple video conference software. A live streaming solution sounds like a better idea. But how to make it work well? Let’s try to set up a solution.
Organizing work in every company is a big challenge. If we approach this topic correctly, not only the communication flow but also the employees' efficiency will improve. As you can guess, this will ultimately translate into the company's revenues, on which in turn its future depends. By introducing solutions to the company that allow you to manage your time wisely and systematically inform the team about the status of the projects, you can be sure that you will be one step ahead of the competition. Streaming live of important company events is helpful in these tasks. Today, we will primarily address its usefulness during presentations for employees.
Streaming live masses or other religious events is an amazing tool for engagement the believers. Social media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube make it possible to broadcast live video and reach a wider audience around the world. In recent years, live broadcasting services have brought the new potential to the church and other organizations that bring together faithful. What are the benefits of this new trend?
Did you know that more and more companies use live streaming in their daily communication, both internal and external? Both large and small companies appreciate the ability to communicate with employees or with the clients in real-time. Thanks to this, regardless of the place and time they work, they can maintain constant contact with the rest of the team. What other benefits does streaming provide in enterprises?