Web conferencing tools have become a strategic asset for financial services firms in capital markets and banking—whether their goals are to improve customer service through high-touch yet low-cost exchanges, reduce operational expenses, or improve compliance and security. The following examples illustrate how online collaboration and eLearning solutions from Adobe are enabling institutions to compete successfully in the highly commoditized and regulated financial services market.
By 2011, the mobile workforce in the U.S. is expected to reach 120.1 million people. Fortunately, there are many strategies to help managers adapt to developing their mobile teams. And while it requires some tactical changes, management of remote employees can be very rewarding. Download, The Top 10 Strategies for Managers of Mobile Workers, to learn how your organization can embrace this trend.
In their efforts to improve patient care, reduce costs, and support compliance, many healthcare organizations and hospitals are turning to web conferencing and eLearning solutions. The following examples illustrate how online collaboration and eLearning solutions from Adobe enable healthcare organizations to maximize limited staffing resources, revamp training initiatives, reduce costs, support compliance, and elevate the level of patient care in delivering vital healthcare services.
Competitive and technological changes in the pharmaceutical industry—powerful new drug chemistries, innovative R&D partnerships, and enhanced sales and marketing strategies—are transforming how pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies operate.
The QA testing process involves a large team of players that go far beyond those that are actually developing the software. Continuous input must be recognized from multiple stakeholders throughout the entire project lifecycle.
Everyone knows growing businesses need to expand opportunities while reducing costs, but you might be surprised at how many organizations are using Web conferencing to achieve these goals. Download this Wainhouse Research white paper to find key applications of Web conferencing that could make a big difference to your business.
Making a good online presentation requires organization, practice, and the right business presentation software and delivery system. Start the process by knowing your audience and their needs, and create your presentation accordingly. Follow-up is also part of the presentation, and includes tasks such as surveys, follow-up emails, and archiving the session for later use.
Online presenting involves several techniques and technologies. These ten tips can make an effective presentation that gets good results.
Selecting a virtual classroom system involves first learning what technology is available. The system may take a simple form, utilizing a basic web conferencing subscription and a phone bridge, or may incorporate more sophisticated features such as video feeds and integrated presentation software. Start with a needs analysis and an understanding of what is available.
Online learning delivers many advantages, especially when delivered using a synchronous, live model. The synchronous approach makes online learning very similar to the physical classroom, allowing for a maximum of interaction and live collaboration. On the other hand, there may be challenges in terms of access, scheduling, and bandwidth.