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Digital transformation of remote working and meetings

Workers are spending increased amounts of time working remotely, either on projects or for accessing meetings, such as through online conferencing and collaboration services. New innovations include virtual, augmented and mixed reality.

Artificial intelligence primed for voice recordings

A new artificial intelligence platform has been launched, marketed as an ‘in-meeting’ intelligence that can listen, make notes and identify key moments that occur in a meeting an follow them up.

The 'two pizza rule' is Jeff Bezos' secret to productive meetings

On Friday, Amazon announced that it would purchase Whole Foods for $42 a share in an all-cash deal. That puts Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at the helm of a company valued at $13.7 billion.

Avoiding the four major mistakes of video conferencing Commissioned

Video has helped change the way we collaborate but if you're not careful, things can go wrong in a surprising number of ways. After hosting millions of video meetings no one knows this better than video conferencing company Blue Jeans Network.

Highlights from Toronto City Council July meetings

Toronto - The latest round of Toronto City Hall meetings have come to a close. The highlights from the July meetings focus on bike lanes, an underground tunnel to Billy Bishop Airport, graffiti and other issues important to residents in Toronto.

Asean Summit Starts with With Half of State Heads in Attendance

The on-going summit of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) started with only half of the Asean heads of States in attendance due to unforeseen events in their countries including typhoons and other calamities.

Double Talk Express: John McCain Met With Foreign Dictator

John McCain has spent much of the general election campaign speaking of how irresponsible and dangerous it is to meet with tyrannical rulers of foreign nations unconditionally. There appears to be a time however, when he apparently thought it to be okay.

San Francisco businesses go 'topless' at meetings

Companies are getting tired of individuals who bring laptops and mobile phones to meetings because they cause distractions. Some companies are now creating a “topless” or “no laptop rule” in meetings.
 

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