Ever been on a video call, and the other person looks and sounds BAD? Perhaps they’re staring down at a laptop webcam (never a great angle). And they’re badly lit so look like a criminal. And have a cheap microphone which makes them sound like they’re on a bad phone call.
For the past couple of years, the tech world has been struggling with a huge shortage of chips. But it’s not just tech businesses that are feeling the impact.
So many of the things we use every day contain a chip. Laptops and desktops of course. But also, household appliances, even our cars.
Video calling is here to stay. So, it’s time you took your call setup more seriously. You don’t have to spend a lot of money. A few small changes can make you look and sound better. That’ll help people perceive you to be more professional, and a better communicator.
Decisions equal success – and there are four decisions, in scaling your business, that you must get right or risk leaving significant revenues, profits, and time on the table. These four decisions: People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash.
Even though most scaleups face continual challenges in all four areas, at any one time the challenges in one overshadows
Remote and hybrid working is now normal for a lot of people. But a recent survey has found that, despite it being more than two years since many of us were forced to work from home, too many businesses still don’t have the right cybersecurity measures in place for those away from the office.
It’s likely a lot of the applications and software tools you’re using now are different from the ones your business used before the pandemic. That’s because we’ve all had to make big adjustments to the way we communicate and collaborate. And to begin with, it may have been hit and miss.