With the buzz around spiking demand for low-cost, enterprise-grade collaboration solutions, it would be only natural to associate a platform like FreeConferenceCall.com with business conferencing and online meetings.
In reality, though, FreeConferenceCall.com has been connecting people around the world for nearly 15 years. That has meant bridging all kinds of lives together. Often the motivation is business, sure; but also politics, faith, family — and everything in between.
In this increasingly digital world of remote engagement, it’s easy to feel isolated. Yet technology doesn’t always work against us. Reports show that more than 1 billion minutes of teleconferencing have been used for prayer lines over the past several years, the real impact of which has exceeded expectations.
According to long-standing FreeConferenceCall.com customers, weekly teleconferencing is a critical “lifeline” for churchgoers unable to join a fellowship in person. Indeed, these tele-sermons and prayer calls have become a workaround for single parents, people with disabilities, elderly congregants and anyone who was previously kept away by the daily demands of life.
By Brad Dupee
In Overcoming Resistance: 3 Critical Components of a Successful Tech Tool Rollout, we talked about how to manage a rollout from an IT decision-maker’s (ITDM) perspective. But what if you’re not part of the IT department? Don’t worry — we’ve got a strategy for you, too.
By Brad Dupee
Imagine you’re an IT decision-maker (ITDM) and are ready to implement a new Unified Communications (UC) tool. Maybe it’s exactly what your team needs to increase productivity, streamline operations or improve processes. Even if you’ve grasped the benefits and stepped confidently into the role of product champion, that new tool still needs to be adopted company-wide in order to make the impact you envision.
By Kelly Kincaid, Customer Care Representative, FreeConferenceCall.com
At FreeConferenceCall.com, we get a lot of calls into Customer Care about capacity. When we tell customers they can screen share, audio or video conference with up to 1,000 participants, they are usually shocked. We understand the incredulous guffaws. For most conference users, it’s hard to imagine how to manage such a large meeting.
From June 8-10, FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ will be in Las Vegas at InfoComm 2016, the largest show in the U.S. for commercial AV solutions and the locus of cutting-edge audiovisual technology trends and products. We’ll be rubbing elbows with other industry thought leaders as well as 40,000 AV-industry peers from 108+ countries.
And we won’t stop there. FreeConferenceCall.com President, Bob Wise, will join two panels this year. First, Wise will moderate Mobility and Unified Communications – Now It Gets Personal on Wednesday, June 8, 10:30am - noon. Attendees will learn about the growth of personal and mobile collaboration tools and get a glimpse of where the trends are headed. Panelists will dive deep into the current and future state of desktop and mobile devices and take a look at the impact on organizations and the way forward for users.