Building rapport in a remote world

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.

2016: The year of easy rapport in an increasingly remote friendly world

man-with-cell-phoneA new year always brings with it plenty of predictions for the future. We’re especially interested in what 2016 will hold for our ever-evolving workforce. Jarod Lindzon’s recent piece in Fast Company makes the case that it’s all about forward-thinking, fiercely mobile freelance trends moving into the mainstream. We happen to agree.

Lindzon points specifically to more and more companies designed to be entirely mobile, and more and more businesses relying on independent consultants. These increasingly fluid organizational structures—teams made up of both full-timers and freelancers with members scattered around the …

By |January 27th, 2016|Categories: Future of work, Innovation in communication|

Get in, get on, get results: Welcome to Voxeet 4.0

Welcome to the new conference room. Welcome Voxeet 4.0.

The new conference room is anywhere you do business. In the office or on the road, across time zones and continents, your conference calls need to keep up.

Say hello to Voxeet 4.0. The most versatile Voxeet yet takes the same great sound of our proprietary TrueVoiceTM,  technology and adds a completely redesigned user interface and powerful collaboration tools that make it easy to get work done on every call. Here’s what’s new:

  • Messaging: Powerful group messaging any way you like—with voice, …

By |January 6th, 2016|Categories: Press releases, What we're up to|Tags: , , , |

The New Conference Room is Here


The New Conference Room is Here

According to a recent ruling from the European Court of Justice, the time workers spend traveling to their first and from their last meetings of the day counts as time spent working—and must be compensated accordingly. The ruling only applies to workers in the EU without a fixed office, but in our increasingly distributed world, those workers number in the millions. And the time they spend on the road just got a lot more expensive.

Now more than ever, employers need to figure out how …

By |September 14th, 2015|Categories: Future of work|

GetVoIP Names Voxeet Founder and CEO One of 2014’s Most Innovative

GetVoIP, a comprehensive communication solution shoppers’ guide whose mission is to educate, empower and enlighten readers about the world of Voiceover Internet Protocol (VoIP), named Voxeet Founder and CEO Stephane Giraudie one of its most innovative people of 2014.

The list of nine aims to recognize the most innovative players in “an industry filled with creative and driven people who are constantly pushing the limits of what’s possible” in VoIP. Giraudie is listed alongside the founders of WhatsApp, Snapchat and other groundbreaking companies shaping the future of how we communicate.

Calling Voxeet “an exciting new answer to the most common …

By |August 25th, 2015|Categories: Press releases|Tags: , , |

Be Our Guest: Introducing Web Access

voxeet conference call
At Voxeet, we believe everyone should have a chance to experience the clearest, simplest conference calls around. That’s why we’re introducing our friendliest feature yet.

Meet Voxeet Guest Access, a new way to connect to calls right from your web browser. Intuitive and inclusive, it’s one of three easy options Voxeet users now have for joining the conversation:

  1. Web: The NEW Voxeet Guest Access lets your guests join a call from their Firefox or Chrome browsers without downloading the Voxeet app. Firefox users can even experience our proprietary True Voice Technology …

The Future of Conference Calls is Closer Than You Think

Last night, in response to a Wired piece on messaging app Wire’s new group-calling feature, John Legere, the CEO of T-Mobile, asked, “Is this the future of conference calls?”

While his question may have been rhetorical, it’s one we at Voxeet are well poised to answer. Certainly, the future of conferencing doesn’t include what many of us have come to expect from our group calls: confusing sign-ons, garbled voices, static, dropped calls, at least 15 wasted minutes getting everyone on the line followed by having no idea who’s talking… (I could go on, but if you’ve been on a conference …

By |August 13th, 2015|Categories: Innovation in communication|Tags: , , , |