As teams become more distributed, communication gets more complicated. Here’s where we dig into the latest conferencing innovations and collaboration strategies to help you get the most from your mobile team.
For many people, conference calls are a necessary but deeply unpleasant part of life—something akin to getting a cavity filled or sitting in traffic. But what exactly makes them so mind-numbingly bad? We polled our customers on the conferencing frustrations that drove them completely insane (or at least prompted them to switch to Voxeet). Here are their top five:
Epic PINs: Shockingly long and always impossible to locate at the exact moment you need them, PINs are the fickle gatekeepers of the conference call kingdom. It’s pretty much guaranteed that you’ll accidently mistype one of the very last numbers in the …
Voxeet is launching a Corporate Pilot Program and we’re looking for companies like yours to join us. Why sign on? Check out the ABCs of our CPP.
Here’s what your company has:
75 – 500 employees
Geographically distributed teams
A desire to collaborate more simply and efficiently
Here’s what you’ll get when you join us:
Automated onboarding to Voxeet for your entire team
Complete conferencing support across your enterprise
Up to six months of Voxeet Pro (chock-full of awesome new features) for FREE* as soon as it launches
Here’s what we’re asking in return:
Feedback on your experience using Voxeet
Ideas on what else you want or need …
The holiday season is busy enough without the hassle of bad conference calls. Whether you’re catching up with far-flung family and friends or wrapping up your work year in efficient style, Voxeet has more ways than ever to connect—by group call or instant message, with Voxeet contacts or non-Voxeet users, scheduled in advance or on the fly, from any computer, mobile device or phone—the possibilities are (almost) endless.
So during this very merry season, why waste a single minute on choppy, complicated calls? Treat yourself (and your friends) to easy-as-pie communication and clear-as-a-bell sound—all for free. Now that’s a happy holiday.
Psst, have you heard? Voxeet’s latest version is decked out from head to toe with features that make connecting with your contacts a snap. Here’s how we’re making collaboration easier than ever:
Chat: Our new group chat feature lets you send instant messages to one person or a whole group during or outside of your call. If you want more than messaging, switch to a conference call with a single click.
Whisper: Have a private, two-way conversation during your conference without interrupting the group. Whisper Mode lets you initiate a one-on-one exchange with one caller while still keeping an ear on the …
Summary:A French/Silicon Valley start-up has introduced a multiplatform, 3D high-definition voice conferencing platform which alleviates many of the audio quality issues that plague most unified communications systems.
Excerpt: Voxeet, a startup which has its engineering team in Bordeaux, France and corporate offices in San Francisco, seeks to solve these problems by introducing high-definition sampling, multiple data channels and 3D audio mixing to provide a unique, high-value experience in audio conferencing.
3D audio is certainly nothing new, it’s been a widespread part of PC and console gaming technology since the AC’97 audio codec standard was introduced by Intel (which has since been superseded byIntel …
3DHD Conference Calling App, with High Quality, Clear Crisp Audio, Recreates the Experience of an In-Person Meeting
SAUSALITO, Calif., Dec. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Voxeet, a workplace collaboration innovator, today announced Voxeet 3.5. Offering a new, modern design and increased simplicity with group chat features, the new version enables the highest level of collaboration and productivity for mobile business users. Coupled with immersive audio, these enhancements give users a platform for conducting efficient, on-the-go conference calls that feel like face-to-face meetings.
Voxeet 3.5 is mobile-first and designed to follow you as you go – letting you transfer a call from your desktop …