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Voxeet Launches New Version of Award-Winning, Immersive 3DHD Conferencing Platform for Android and Windows-Based Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops and PCs

Voxeet 3.0 Amplifies a User’s Experience with a New Look and Feel, Increased Ease-of-Use; Takes Audio and Sound Quality to the Next Level

Voxeet, a communications innovator that is redefining group conferencing with highly immersive and clear 3DHD audio, today launched Voxeet 3.0, the newest version of its award winning group conference calling app. With a new look and feel, richer audio and other feature enhancements, the new version improves the conference calling experience and makes Voxeet even more intuitive and easier to use.

“Android and Windows enthusiasts power the Web and are ready for an even greater disruption in audio…

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Attention Android and Windows fans: Voxeet 3.0 has arrived

Hey, Windows enthusiasts and Android-philes. We’re debuting a brand new Voxeet, just for you. Built for Android and Windows users, Voxeet 3.0 boasts a redesigned look and feel, lots of exciting new features and a batch of bug fixes for a flat-out excellent conference call experience. Here’s a look at what’s new:

New look: Our totally redesigned interface looks cooler, feels more intuitive and makes every interaction simpler—it’s like a whole new Voxeet.
New features: Fresh onboarding and dashboard features make managing your contacts and scheduling conferences easier than ever:

A split menu and news feed make it a breeze to view…

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Tech giants, give millennials what they want

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic’s recent article on why millennials want to work for themselves nicely articulates the frustrations millennials have with traditional employment. I agree, that milennials value a sense of independence, freedom and work-life balance but I don’t think it’s just my generation. Those with jobs regardless of age value those things too. People want to feel appreciated and to not be micromanaged by a boss that will demand 12 hour work days with little to no gratitude in the end. Instead of labeling how millennials are ignorant, lazy, and a bunch of self-centered individuals that are more likely to…

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The future of work

Last week we talked about our evolving workforce, and specifically how we’re seeing more and more distributed teams where employee perks include flexibility and life balance rather than stuff like pool tables and corner offices. We also mentioned “the future of work,” a phrase that’s certainly big enough to warrant some further discussion. So this week, we’re exploring a few more facets of how we envision the workforce of the future:

Companies without borders: The future workforce is one without borders, where organizations can hire talent of all stripes from around the world with an eye on passion, experience and…

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Work evolution

At Voxeet, we spend our days thinking about the nature of collaborative work and developing solutions to facilitate it. We hear a lot about how collaboration tools like ours will drive the move toward a more distributed workforce, and about the advantages—and the drawbacks—that this move presents.

To sidestep some of those drawbacks, some older, larger companies—like Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard—are doubling down on more traditional, butts-in-desk-chairs models. But increasingly, companies seem to be leaving traditional office models behind, many with great success. In a 2012 Forbes article, J.J. Colao points to Automattic (of WordPress fame) as one such company:
As a…