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Tune in for a replay of The Six Five Summit's #Collaboration #CX #ContactCenter Spotlight Keynote with Kentis Gopalla, Head of Ecosystem for Phone & Contact Center, Zoom. The way we work and communicate has shifted dramatically in the last two years. Zoom has been at the forefront, developing solutions to ensure people stay connected. And now, they are going one step further. In this session, Kentis sits down with Futurum's Daniel Newman to explore how Zoom is moving beyond meetings and is creating new solutions to improve the customer experience. The Six Five Summit is a 100% virtual, on-demand event designed to help you stay on top of the latest developments and trends in digital transformation brought to you by Futurum Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. With 12 tracks and over 70 pre-recorded video sessions, The Six Five Summit showcases an exciting lineup of leading technology experts whose insights will help prepare you for what's now and what's next in digital transformation as you continue to scale and pivot for the future. You will hear cutting-edge insights on business agility, technology-powered transformation, thoughts on strategies to ensure business continuity and resilience, along with what's ahead for the future of the workplace. More about The Six Five Summit: https://thesixfivesummit.com/
Today we have another great episode lined up for you. I was able to get connected with this guest via Hite Digital, and I'm sure glad that I did. In having multiple conversations, I realized that we had a lot in common both in business, and in life. It was a no-brainer for me to get him on the podcast. Today's guest is Angel Munoz. He and his team have launched a game-changing video conferencing platform called Beacon, that offers features and security like nothing else on the market. In this episode we used Beacon and I'm here to tell you, that it blew me away. Their tagline “when real matters” hits home, and I encourage you not only to check on the platform but also watch this podcast via our YouTube channel.Angel has an incredible story, and has accomplished many things during his entrepreneurial journey. We discuss how he has built some amazing companies and platforms with the help from close friends. Throughout the episode we discuss some challenges and lessons that he has learned along the way, that are sure to help you in your journey. Angel Munoz is Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mass Luminosity® a global development and experiential technology company.On January 29, 2014, he launched GTribe® a social media community focused primarily on PC gamers and tech enthusiasts. Angel Munoz is GTribe's Founder and President.On July 8, 2021, he launched Beacon® a next-generation secure video communication platform. Angel Munoz is Beacon's Founder and President.On May 25, 2022, he announced BEAM™ a next-generation streaming platform that will combine some of the best features of Twitch with some of the best features of Discord. Angel is BEAM's founder.
Wed, 31 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://heise-meets.podigee.io/56-neue-episode bae4f90ec64167a463290bcbdd97d00d Gisela Strnad trifft Svenja Falk und Frank Riemensperger Gisela Strnad spricht mit Peter Arbitter, Senior Vice President Portfolio & Produktmanagement, Telekom über „MagentaBusiness Collaboration – Einfach.Nahtlos.Zusammenarbeiten“. Das Homeoffice ist gekommen, um zu bleiben. Die Zeit klassischer Tischtelefone geht zu Ende. Heutiges Arbeiten zeichnet sich aus durch bessere Effizienz, schnellere Entscheidungen bei gleichzeitig steigender Anzahl an Aufgaben und kurz hintereinander getakteter Termine. Es bedarf neuer Lösungen, die auf die sich ändernde Arbeitswelt reagieren. Hier setzt MagentaBusiness Collaboration ein. MagentaBusiness Collaboration verbindet Software zur Zusammenarbeit mit Videoconferencing und den Kommunikationslösungen der Telekom. Dazu gehören Access, Telefonie und Services. Und das intuitiv, sowohl auf PC und Tablet wie auch Smartphone. Dabei wächst das Beste aus zwei Welten zusammen. Zoom, Microsoft, Cisco oder auch Ringcentral - mit MagentaBusiness Collaboration hat die Telekom durch Partnerschaften mit führenden Collaboration-Anbietern Angebote für den deutschen Markt geschaffen. So bietet in Deutschland nur die Telekom mit Zoom X erhöhten Datenschutz und Hosting in Deutschland. Dabei werden personenbezogene Daten nicht mehr auf Server in die USA verschickt. Es ist heute bereits erkennbar, dass die klassische Telefonie vom Festnetz gegenüber der Übermittlung von Video- und Audioinhalten über Internet oder mobilem Telefonieren auf Rang drei abgerutscht ist und die klassische Telefonanlage mehr und mehr durch Angebote in der Cloud ersetzt wird. Das Home Office bleibt, sogenannte hybride Meetings kommen. Hier arbeiten Teilnehmer*innen im Homeoffice und im Meetingraum direkt und einfach zusammen. So wie die Gruppe im Raum alle Stimmen und Bilder derjenigen im Homeoffice per Bild und Stimme direkt zuordnen kann, wird der oder die Sprechende im Raum auch andersrum eindeutig zuzuordnen sein. Die Telekom arbeitet gemeinsam mit Anbietern von Communication- und Collaboration-Tools an Lösungen. Dieser Podcast ist vom Arbeitgeber des Interviewpartners gesponsert. full Gisela Strnad trifft Svenja Falk und Frank Riemensperger no Telekom,MagentaBusinessCollaboration,PeterArbitter,hybridesarbeiten,Collaboration,CollaborationTool,ZoomX,Teams,Microsoft,Cisco,Ringcentral,Telefonie,Homeoffice,Videoconferencing Gisela Strnad
UC Today's Tom Wright hosts VOSS Solutions Manager, Tim Jalland, and EnableUC's Kevin Kieller.In this session we discuss the following:How to prepare for your move to TeamsHow to manage the actual migrationThe benefits of completing the move If you're looking for more information on this topic visit VOSS Solutions.
UC Today's Tom Wright hosts William Rubio, Chief Revenue Officer at CallTower.In this session we discuss the following:The biggest challenges around hybrid workCombining UC with the customer experienceBringing multiple UC platforms togetherIf you're looking for more information on this topic visit CallTower.
Today's guest is George W.. - no, not that one, but a man with his own mission to shape this country and make it safer across many industries. George Waller may have more luck than the former president because he - and his company Zerify (formerly Strikeforce Technologies) - have focused on cybersecurity for 21 years and invented two methods of securing video conferencing to protect private data - keystroke encryption and out-of-band authentication. Covid changed the way we do business and conduct meetings and the most proprietary and classified information is discussed through collaborative communications. George initially approached the popular video conferencing platforms (the names we all know and platforms we've all used!) to offer security solutions, but was unable to make headway. For some, refusing his company's help was due to a lack of manpower and others just failed to foresee the increase in breaches that a switch to remote work models would bring - or how long we would all be working remotely. Hackers follow the money and they know that video conferencing is hot now. When it comes to protecting conversations about mergers and acquisitions, disaster relief plans or government initiatives (among countless other examples), “zero trust” cybersecurity is a must. George explains what that means and discusses how Zerify ensures that every single user is verified before entering a conference. He also talks about the importance of classifying conferences according to priority levels for security so the proper controls are in place. From this cybersecurity visionary you will learn why we are in danger if we (and the government!) don't make cybersecurity in video conferencing a priority!
UC Today's Tom Wright hosts Tony Graham, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Plivo.In this session we discuss the following:Why 10DLC, or 10-digit long code, is importantWhat its implications are for businesses who textHow companies should prepare to register and be compliant If you're looking for more information on this topic visit Plivo.
UC Today's David Dungay hosts Fabrizio Salanitri, CEO at HORISEN.In this session, they discuss the advantages and disadvantages of building software by pointing out all the benefits of buying it.What are the biggest challenges to in-house software development? Comparing in-house development to buying off-the-shelf productsMaking your software as secure as possibleDiscussing the HORISEN solution“Finally, it is much cheaper to buy the software,” concludes Fabrizio. Watch the entire video to find out why!If you're looking for more information on this topic visit HORISEN.About HORISEN: HORISEN is an award-winning software company for retail and wholesale messaging technology, offering a wide variety of business messaging solutions. Their Telecom and Marketing software suites are all in-house made. Innovative messaging products add value throughout the entire messaging value chain – manageable from a single spot. With more than two decades of experience, marketing expertise and passion for software development, they revolutionise messaging technology by developing at the edge of technological possibilities.
UC Today's Tom Wright hosts Gary May, Sales Director, Union Street.In this session we discuss the following:What billing platforms can do for the channel partners beyond actual billingThe implications of having weak security in your billing platformWhere Union Street will invest its £3m R&D capital
As the world has changed and we are all working remotely, video conferencing has arrived as a way for everyone to stay in contact. In the beginning it was an amusing novelty and gave us a chance to see where everyone lives. However, the initial novelty has now worn off. Just about everyone has become tired of video conferencing and sorta wishes that it would go away. As a manager, you need your team to stay connected and video conferencing is an important tool. What can you do to use your manager skills to prevent video conferencing burn out? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jim-anderson0/support
Book referenced: When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect TimingJoanna Pineda is CEO and Chief Troublemaker at Matrix Group International, Inc., based out of Arlington, VA. Matrix Group helps companies identify their most important customer journeys and then makes them amazing. Whether it's a website redesign, a custom workflow database application, search on a website, an online store, or event registration, Matrix Group maps those journeys, figures out where the pain points are, and then works with all parties to make the journeys seamless and amazing.Matrix Group has a virtual and hybrid event technology platform that really took off during the pandemic. Bespeake makes and virtual events amazing through gorgeous pages, easy to use interface, variable and flexible session types, high impact sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, and many ways for attendees to connect, including between virtual and in person attendees. What's different about BeSpeake is that clients get assigned a team that helps clients design and execute their events. We share help plan the event, share best practices, and staff the event so that clients are supported 100% during their events and conferences. It's a "done with you" philosophy, as opposed to a DIY philosophy with so many other event tech platforms.Joanna is passionate about creating amazing customer journeys, and you can connect with her through the Matrix Group website at https://MatrixGroup.net or through her blog at https://TheMatrixFiles.net. You can also find her on LinkedIn and Instagram. When she's not running Matrix Group, she's spending time with her husband, two boys and two cats, or she's in the martial arts studio, or she's recording her podcast about Korean Dramas, K Drama Chat.
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Ian Foster, Founder of Center Cam. Center Cam is a small, revolutionary webcam that operates in the middle of your screen, allowing you to have true eye contact on a videoconference. It enables you to see your presentation, client, or family member without changing your visual point of focus. Ian Foster Started the company when he was fetching his Master's internship as a social work counselor. It was when everything went remote due to the pandemic. He and his fellow interns got confused with the video conferencing technology. No one knew where to look. The rapport they had built fizzled out, and Ian knew that there had to be a better way. Throughout 2020 he began developing prototypes, and when he was satisfied with the quality of the camera, he launched Center Cam. Tune in to learn more!
The Stock Day Podcast welcomes StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. a company that helps to prevent cyber theft and data security breaches for consumers, corporations, and government agencies. CEO of the Company, Mark Kay, joined Stock Day host Sever Copley.
The Stock Day Podcast welcomes StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. a company that helps to prevent cyber theft and data security breaches for consumers, corporations, and government agencies. CEO of the Company, Mark Kay, joined Stock Day host Sever Copley.
Shindig's Founder & CEO, Steve Gottlieb, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. Former record company owner, shares his entrepreneurial journey - looking to improve collaboration and the customer experience. His platform, Shindig, is disrupting video conferencing platforms and meetings in a whole new and engaging way.
COVID-19 has challenged club managers, and their teams to suddenly adjust to a new work environment – for example, social distancing, remote working, taking on the jobs of absent workers, and being able to respond quickly to changing needs and to make smart decisions to keep the business of the club running. Team members were asked to step in and take on new responsibilities, even if they did not have the skill sets for those jobs.Now, as clubs are settling into a “new normal” routine for doing business, savvy club managers have a better feel for what skills are crucial to maintaining operations and staying in business. Many of these skills are “soft” skills related to interpersonal connection, informed and confident decision making, and the ability to communicate more effectively in a post COVID world.In this episode of The GIG Podcast, we are joined by the Australian based corporate trainer Steve Herzberg, Managing Partner of NRG Solutions as we talk about many relevant topics club GM's are faced with in this day and age including how to coach, guide, and communicate with your millennial team members, top tips for GM's on how to effectively communicate online when presenting to your board and team members, the importance of being present when communicating with others, and how to deal with the unnecessary and ridiculous complaints you've received from members and guests during these most challenging times of running a club.Highlights from this episode of The GIG Podcast that you don't want to miss include:7:37 – Hear Steve's thoughts on the state of the industry right now in Australia where they've just come out of lockdown.13:35 – Find out the differences in the conversations that are being had at clubs by GM's today in comparison to before the start of the pandemic.22:14 – Listen to how to coach, guide & communicate with Millennial team members, and help them to develop into “people” people.24:54 – Learn about the first thing Steve warns GM's about when communicating online and delivering team member training and board presentations via live video.31:12 – Get Steve's top tips for presenting virtually to your membership or team members when you're the GM.39:23 – Hear an “Above & Beyond” story that illustrates the importance of being in the moment and why that is so important today when you're the GM of a club.46:57 – Learn about the acronym R.A.I.L. and how you can use it to remember people's names when you meet them for the first time.53:29 – Hear Steve's advice for any club manager for how to deal with the unnecessary and sometimes ridiculous negativity that members and guests express from time to time during these most challenging times of running a club.About Steve HerzbergSteve Herzberg has been working as corporate trainer since 2000, establishing his own company, NRG Solutions in 2005. In March 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NRG Solutions added the option of secure online delivery, via Video Conferencing, for all their programs. NRG Solutions clients come from a range of industries including Golf, Hospitality, Technology, FMCG, Professional Services, Publishing, Pharmaceuticals, and more. Steve assists the clients he works with closely in one of 3 ways:Leadership DevelopmentPresenting With Confidence ProgramSales and Sales Management Coaching Through clear thinking, developing relationships, and providing appropriate follow up, Steve assists his clients to achieve better results for themselves and their staff, sooner than they may have expected. Be sure to connect with Steve directly if you are interested in exploring fresh ideas to develop your future
Eventis is an event tech and video conferencing platform, allowing you to connect with your audience in a more immersive way. Remote work is now the norm and were building for it. Create an ecosystem of collaborative tools, virtual event tech platform. Host webinars, conferences, hybrid events. Sell tickets. 2 teams: Internal team: Quick meets and external team: Eventis. Quick Meets is currently being tested internally and June is public launch date.
It was one of the main tools that helped us transition to a work from home model during the pandemic, Zoom and other video conferencing apps. They helped us connect and collaborate when we could not do so in person. But a new study shows that compared to meeting in-person, creativity did take a bit of a hit. Because we are so focused on the video screen during these meetings, we lose sight of our environments and move less, both of which stimulate creativity. Erica Pandey, business reporter at Axios, joins us for the toll that video conferencing took on workplace creativity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we welcome a new host to the show Emily, we talk about her cliffhanger action movie style dream involving Matt and Roo. If that wasn't enough already we also talk to Mitch about today's launch of 1Password 8 for Mac and we launch a brand new competition!
Sale LAN chiuse in tutta Italia. Meta, India e Colonialismo Digitale. Il “successo” del modello Smart City a Venezia. Musk e Twitter. Apple-Pay è anticompetitiva secondo EU. OS/2 e il medioevo dei sistemi operativi. Queste e molte altre le notizie tech commentate nella puntata di questa settimana. Dallo studio distribuito di digitalia: Franco Solerio, Michele Di Maio, Francesco Facconi Produttori esecutivi: Andrea Scarpellini, Edoardo Zini, Diego Violi, Nicola Bisceglie, Matteo Rosina, Riccardo Peruzzini, Danny Manzini, Diego Venturin, Roberto Esposito, Michele, Paolo Boschetti, Michele Olivieri, Matteo Faccio, Adriano Guarino, Ivan Vannicelli, Dardi Massimiliano, Douglas Whiting, Mirto Tondini, Stefano Augusto Innocenti, Roberto Tarzia, Matteo Molinari, Christian A Marca, Michele Coiro, Andrea Giovacchini, Maurizio Galluzzo, —, Manuel Zavatta, Davide Tinti, Nicola Gabriele D., Sandro A., Michele C., Nicola Fort, Alessandro Varesi, Paolo Carnevale Bonino, Nicola Gabriele D., Daxda, Anonymous Sponsor: Squarespace.com - utilizzate il codice coupon "DIGITALIA" per avere il 10% di sconto sul costo dell'abbonamento. Links: Spanish prime minister's phone ‘targeted with Pegasus spyware' Old Apps Sometimes Die EU about force Apple to open iPhone NFC to other payment services La chiusura dei locali dove si gioca ai videogiochi The Shadow Crew Who Encouraged Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover Sale giochi, LAN ed eSports: un imprenditore le fa chiudere tutte EU, USA e altri Stati hanno firmato la Dichiarazione per il futuro di Internet Amazon's Online-Shopping Business Stalls After Decades of Growth Sale eSport e Lan chiuse dall'Agenzia delle Dogane in tutta Italia Be careful with that thing, it's a confidential coffee maker Amazon's pandemic boom is over Twitter admits it accidentally overstated user numbers Digital Colonialism: How Meta aims to dominate India's agriculture sector Amazon perde 3,8 miliardi in tre mesi: il titolo crolla a Wall Street iPhone rotto? Apple apre il negozio per ripararlo da soli Researchers find Amazon uses Alexa voice data to target you with ads Individuati 14 droni in volo illegale durante il GP di Imola Formula 1 EU warns Elon Musk over Twitter moderation plans Musk has “huge responsibility” to fight health misinfo on Twitter Con Venezia "smart city" emergono gli evasori fiscali Il “Catalangate” sta mettendo in difficoltà il governo spagnolo EU warns Elon Musk that Twitter must follow local content rules to avoid ban After Musk's Twitter takeover, an open-source alternative is 'exploding' This Man Married a Fictional Character. He'd Like You to Hear Him Out. Videoconferencing apps may listen even when mic is off Spotify's Greenroom Creator Fund closes, after not paying out Jack Dorsey: ‘Elon is the singular solution I trust' Gingilli del giorno: OpenMower Shokz Official | The Professional Bone Conduction Headphones Moa: Mastodon/Twitter/Instagram Crossposter Supporta Digitalia, diventa produttore esecutivo.
I interview Joshua Ford and his journey into creating a video conferencing platform for personal training in the gig economy. He shares the service goals of this new startup company based in New York City, NY and how personal training can be made affordable and accessible to all.
UC Today's Rob Scott hosts Wei Li, Head of Zoom Events.In this session, we discuss how Zoom events are enabling hybrid and virtual event experiences and also some of Zoom's latest platform innovations.
GARY ROGERS We all have heard how important it is to include videos in our marketing. We usually first meet our clients virtually. To keep them engaged and to make them feel that are they are being seen and heard, eye contact is crucial. There are ways to do that and our guest Gary Rogers is going to give us his special insider secrets of having good eye contact and much more. Using Gary's tips will help build an instant report with your prospects. BIO Gary has spent 50 years as a professional speaker, public speaking coach and an executive in the television production, motion picture industry. Gary has produced TV Commercials, Infomercials, and corporate videos for many of the world's largest companies including, AT&T, Motorola, Coco-col, Proctor & Gamble and many more Mitsubishi, , Toyota, Nissan, Honeywell, Toshiba, Blue Cross, Coca-Cola and many more. Gary is a master teacher and director. He has had the opportunity to direct many Hollywood stars, including Academy-Award-winning actor, Charlton Heston. CONTACT email@example.com https://www.companyflix.com 801-216-4064 GIFT A complimentary Master Class How to Turn Videoconferencing Into a Cash Cow! https://www.companyflix.com/freemasterclass MY CONTACT StressFreeRemodeling@gmail.com www.StressFreeRemodeling.com www.AuriemmaDesign.com MY GIFT Transform Any Home Into a Dream Home A guide with lots of ideas and cost estimates for the transformation. StressFreeRemodeling.com/Transform MY BOOK Homeowner's Guide to Stress-Free Remodeling Available on Amazon
In this episode we talk with Aryeh Sternberg from #KUDO about how he's reinventing #multilingual meetings in a fast, accessible and affordable way. It's about #innovative use of #technology, bringing together cloud based services with Software-as-a-Service platform for Languages. Don't forget to #Subscribe
Is anything at the end of the rainbow? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice break down how rainbows work, the history behind zero, and what Zoom calls and Einstein's Theory of Relativity have in common.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/things-you-thought-you-knew-somewhere-over-the-rainbow/Thanks to our Patrons Vincent Marsland, Brittany Welborn, L. Ali Campbell, David Kern, amjad, Steven Michaelis, Lady Anne ^^ö^^(Jessica M. Kandal, PhD), Christian Anderson, Nathan Hogue, and Marc Libman for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Chandra Chakradhar, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Techstination, your destination for gadgets and gear. I'm Fred Fishkin. One of the smartest video conferencing systems that we've worked with for home or the office is the new B600 Video Bar from the AnkerWork brand. It is considerably larger and heavier than a typical Web cam….and pricier at...
With all the talk of the future metaverse, virtual offices are already here. What are virtual offices? They don't require separate—and expensive—hardware like the metaverse. They also aren't like the more linear and productivity-oriented Slack and Zoom. Virtual offices from companies like Gather and Cosmos Video instead are 2D spaces. They create the best of interactions available in physical offices that are missing in remote and hybrid workplaces.This week I detail how we arrived at this moment, as well as traits and options for virtual offices. I then dive deep with the co-founder and CEO of Cosmos Video, a leading virtual office and all-in-one video solution.Watch the video version of this episode.Other Episodes Beating Zoom Fatigue: Dominik Zane CEO of Around The Future of Remote vs. Hybrid Work Tools Cosmos Video - Virtual spaces to work and hangout Gather | A better way to meet online. Teamflow: Virtual Office for Remote Team Collaboration SpatialChat Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
There are many ways to grow older, but one thing is certain: We're all doing it, if we're lucky. Very often choices about how and where to age are made under duress with the advent of an injury, illness or memory loss. Anyone who has been in that situation has probably wanted to turn to someone for help in sorting out the many confusing, often costly, options. David Greenwood, the founder and CEO of Owl Be There, has done the legwork and is sharing with franchisees his years of senior placement experience. With 10,000 people turning 65 daily, the projected growth in senior population is exponential. Making the right choices at the right time is critical to building the kind of lives that we want for ourselves and our loved ones. Dignity, purpose, social and emotional connection and a sense of safety are all essential to quality of life – which is the cornerstone of Owl Be There's approach to supporting later life transitions. He and his wife started the business in 2013 and since 2020 have been offering franchise opportunities, including ongoing and customized training to ensure a quick and successful launch. Owl Be There franchise owners help seniors and their loved ones navigate through some of the most challenging times in their lives, providing essential guidance for choosing the best housing and care solutions based on medical needs, budget, and preferences. The company's proven model supports a business that is built simultaneously on cultivating referral networks and managing families in crisis. We are all at our most vulnerable when a loved one hits an aging milestone. The options can be overwhelming and decisions tough to make. That's why Owl Be There franchisees need to have both the empathy and patience to support customers and the knowledge base and logistical expertise to help them execute the right plan. Giving seniors a hopeful vision – and the roadmap to get them there – is a passion for David, who has a wealth of knowledge that he's eager to share. The Owl Be There franchise fee is $54,400 and includes extensive training and resources. “We are a light in the darkness,” says David. “We can show people what to do when they don't know where to turn or who to turn to.”Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Owl Be There and its franchise model has come up with new ways of reaching out to and working with clients and their families, but one thing remains constant: The ongoing and growing need for support.· Purpose, dignity and love are core ingredients to cultivating happiness as we age.· Timing is everything: With the right forethought and decision-making, seniors can enjoy a great quality of life as they age.· Owl Be There franchisees must be innately empathetic and patient with some level of leadership experience. With those qualifications and the tools, training and resources provided, franchise owners not only find their businesses thrive but that the work holds deep meaning.Here's a quick look into the episode:· David explains his initial impetus for getting involved with senior living and ultimately leveraging his sales skill set in the elder care space.· There is a crisis among seniors in need – a population that will continue to grow exponentially:o The growth rate of the 65+ population is – and will continue to be – three times greater than the total population through 2030.o More than 10,000 people are turning 65 each day.o The aging population is going to grow from 40 million today to 70 million in 2030. · Even those with mental or physical ailments can thrive as they age if provided the right living situation, social and emotional connections and opportunities for growth.· Videoconferencing and virtual touring has become a standard since pandemic; not as personal as experiencing communities live, but a place to start with the opportunity for in-person visits when appropriate.· Owl Be There franchisees learn quickly that they are building their business on two tracks: One focused on cultivating contacts and referrals and the other being prepared to jump into crisis intervention mode at any given time.· Franchisees typically place about 20 customers into either assisted living, memory care or home care (at an average of $4,000 per person) in their first year with that number generally doubling by the end of year two, at which point most hire at least one part-time senior living assistant. · Owl Be There franchisees must possess compassion, empathy and the ability to be manage through stressful situations. David finds that these intangible qualities often align with people who desire to operate their own business.· The Owl Be There franchise fee is $54,400 and royalties start at a discounted 6%, eventually increasing to 8%. Inclusive of training and other additional fees, the all-in investment for a quick launch is between $85,000 to $98,000.· Owl Be There's signature differentiator is its highly customized training program, which includes experts who mentor franchisees on an ongoing basis in the following areas: o Contracts and getting in the door to sign up additional local assisted livings.o Customer lead generation.o Logistics of family management and facilitation.o Psychological support and reinforcement around decision-making.o Account management and financial planning. · Owl Be There offers franchisees a deep foundation right out of the gate, with national contracts in a number of states and marketing/sales tools at the ready. · At the heart of Owl Be There is a deep commitment to crisis management and providing people who are vulnerable or unsure the resources and support they need to make the right choices. About David:As CEO of Owl Be There, David is committed to improving the lives of clients. His placement agency assists seniors in finding the best, most appropriate housing and care options in the Washington DC metro area, and search services are free to seniors who plan to pay privately for their housing and care. David brings a unique blend of senior care and financial planning expertise to Owl Be There. He has worked with thousands of seniors as a Senior Living Advisor, patient educator, a retirement planning professional, and as a long term care specialist. In addition, he has co-authored several books published by the Corporate Executive Board.individualized monthly or bi-monthly newsletters written by community leaders that include ad space for local businesses.
Does the very word “Virtual” make you wince? Are you sick of trying to make your face look awake online? Boy, have we got the solutions for you. Host Bart Jackson with a little laughter and a lot of insight lays out the entire video conferencing experience and how you may master it – have fun – and ferret out all the opportunities. From selecting a provider, right up to developing your final sign-off line, Bart lays out the strategies, tips and techniques that will show you and your priceless ideas to their best advantage. This show covers everything from setting a backdrop, to handling blowhards, to the art of active listening – even a brief Zoom Manners Guide (drinking – Yes; eating and dozing off – No.) Tune in and discover why video conferencing is here to stay – except for choral singing.
We all know it, things won't ever be the same - business travel won't be the same, conference calls, all different - this week I talk to a man who lives and breathes video conferencing technology about just that. Plus, a follow up on last week, a discussion about Watches, my Twitter walk-out and more. And of course, your calls on Tech, Cars and Lifestyle!
By now many people are used to hearing their own voices on video conferences. But is the sound good enough to use for a speech therapy session? In this episode of NewsMD's podcast, "Health Fusion," Viv Williams checks out a study that suggests the answer is 'No."
As we enter what will hopefully be the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers have started to go back to the office, and face-to-face meetings have resumed. For many, however, video conferencing remains the best option. Experts believe the future of meetings is a hybrid between in-person sessions and video conferences. How can you best utilize video for your business? My guest today has long... Read More The post Making the Most of Video Conferencing appeared first on Healy Success Solutions.
Traditional qualitative market research is impersonal and hard to scale. To make matters more challenging, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, in person interviews and focus groups were no longer accessible. Enter: video. In this episode of Transform It Forward, Paul sits down with Simon Glass, the CEO of Discuss.io, to chat about how video conferencing software is the future of qualitative research. They discuss how video creates a more comfortable setting for subjects to open up, how the research industry has adapted to the digital space over the past year, and the way that video is able to scale customer research techniques. Learn more about Simon here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-glass-345b40/Interested in learning more about the show? Check out our website: https://www.transformitforward.com/
Sponsored by:Pops Daylight Donuts - https://bit.ly/3x6DvOxCastafly Outdoor Adventures YouTube channel - https://bit.ly/3aojRnEIn this episode of The Scott Townsend Show, I visit with writer Kate Bratskeir about her article, "8 Tips to Fight Zoom Fatigjue (Because All Those Video Meetings Are Exhausting).Kate goes over several different strategies to help you take back more of your day, help you feel fresh and ready to take on the day in spite of all the video conferencing we are doing these days.Kate Bratskeir is a journalist and the author of A Pocket Guide to Sustainable Food Shopping: How to Navigate the Grocery Store, Read Labels, and Help Save the Planet (Simon & Schuster, 2021). Kate primarily focuses her writing around the environment, food, health, and psychology. Her work has appeared in Fast Company, HuffPost, Health, and more.For more information on Kate Bratskeir and her work, go to www.katebratskeir.comTo contact Kate, go to https://www.katebratskeir.com/contact-me/► Subscribe to my Youtube channel --- https://bit.ly/3iV8sOTYou can look for these episodes every week, so please hit SUBSCRIBE to stay in the loop for each new show!The Scott Townsend Show Merchandise https://teespring.com/stores/tsts-2I get a cut of the merchandise sold.I ♥ my podcast host @Buzzsprout. This link will get us both a $20 Amazon gift card if you upgrade! https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1087190 #You can join me over at Goodreads to find out what I've read, what I'm reading, and what I want to read in 2021http://bit.ly/2PYSIjRResources and Links--------------------------------------------My contact info:LinkedIn https://bit.ly/2ZZ4qweTwitter https://bit.ly/3enLDQaFacebook https://bit.ly/2Od4ItOInstagram https://bit.ly/2ClncWlSend me a text: 918-397-0327Transcribe your podcasts and videos with Otterhttps://otter.ai/referrals/ICNJ76HUExecutive Producer: Ben TownsendCreative Consultant: Matthew Blue TownsendShot with a 1080P Webcam with Microphone, WebCam USB Camera, Computer HD Streaming Webcam for PC Desktop & Laptop w/Mic, Wide Angle Lens & Large Sensor for Superior Low Light-wb-4 https://amzn.to/32gfgAuBlue Yeti USB Mic - Midnight Bluehttps://amzn.to/3ygBBf4Follow The Scott Townsend Show podcast onSpotify https://spoti.fi/3eDwLgGiTunes https://apple.co/3jAwCyuStitcher https://bit.ly/3gYaDiOTuneIn https://bit.ly/2OzlH9VVoice Actor: Britney McCulloughLogo by Angie Jordan https://blog.angiejordan.com/contact/Theme Song by Androzguitar https://www.fiverr.com/inbox/androzguitar
Ever called 911? If you haven't, you need to after this episode.And if you don't, it's a living crime against humanity.This dude doesn't mess, he is a worldwide guy, DJ'ing all over the gaff.Any event, be it house parties, weddings or corporate, he is willing to consider taking bookings in all cities & countries worldwide. He has an energy that is rare and unique.Welcome, DJ MORENOe: firstname.lastname@example.orgEpisode highlights:[00:58] - DJ Moreno introduces himself[01:47] - DJ Moreno 911 on fire[02:50] - Based in Tampa Florida, married in 2013, moved from Atlanta Georgia[04:00] - Real estate exploding in Tampa[04:45] - No life in the downtown till 911 showed up![06:25] - New York, live in buildings, people want Florida life, more space. Beaches & Backyard[07:20] - Music scene in florida discussed[08:40] - American crowd love the Spanish songs. Universal appeal[09:40] - Visit to London, Grime scene, different sounds[11:13] - Incorporate Grime into repertoire, not easy, but with Trap its possible[12:30] - Equipment setup, QSC speakers industry standard, systems now more portable, subwoofers can be too cumbersome, now uses EV50, less cable management[17:40] - Married to Stephanie, a boricuan / puerto rican girl, she expands her music horizons and DJ Moreno benefits from this. Portuguese/Mexican/French playlist etc[19:25] - Stephanie knows how to mix![20:06] - Differences between DR / PR music. Reggaeton worldwide. Rock popular in PR[22:38] - Born in Jersey. Turntable at age 5.[26:27] - Caters to his client. Evolves his style. E.g. Afrobeats[28:30] - How he learnt his skills as a DJ[30:55] - First party he threw, at age 13![34:15] - Went Pro at 17 after a south carolina wedding[35:00] - Most embarrassing moment as a DJ! Controller froze during first dance![40:40] - DJ'ing for 11 years for one family[42:40] - 7 hours non-stop performance his longest[45:00] - Zoom & Videoconferencing will become a standard. UStream, since 2011[47:40] - iRIG gamechanger [50:42] - hybrid wedding the future, many others can enjoy the full wedding[53:30] - Will go global, has no geographical limit[55:00] - Always takes his wife Stephanie with him, on the road. New experiences, get to sightsee & see other places & cities[57:00] - The Ulysses Ramirez Road sign story[58:38] - Texas, Dominican / Mexican wedding[01:02:35] - Dishing out DJ gigs in different area codes. Does 12-15 events yearly[01:04:00] - How he hits the home run with his audience & ends on a high note[01:05:50] - Enjoy some instagram live video mixing feed & him performing!e: email@example.com: dj-moreno911
In Episode 224, Ben and Scott go down a rabbit hole to explore Windows Hello for Business and passwordless authentication options in Windows. They also talk about how these features can be used to satisfy requirements for standards such as CMMC. Sponsors Sperry Software – Powerful Outlook Add-ins developed to make your email life easy even if you're too busy to manage your inbox ShareGate - ShareGate's industry-leading products help IT professionals worldwide migrate their business to the Office 365 or SharePoint, automate their Office 365 governance, and understand their Azure usage & costs Office365AdminPortal.com - Providing admins the knowledge and tools to run Office 365 successfully Intelligink - We focus on the Microsoft Cloud so you can focus on your business Show Notes DNS issue impacting multiple Microsoft services - Mitigated (Tracking ID GVY5-TZZ) RCA - Authentication errors across multiple Microsoft services (Tracking ID LN01-P8Z) CMMC Model and Assessment Guides NIST SP 800-171 10 Reasons to love Passwordless #1: FIDO Rocks Enable Windows 10 Multifactor Authentication with Windows Hello Multifactor Device Unlock & Microsoft Intune Windows Hello for Business Deployment Prerequisite Overview Why a PIN is better than a password Passwordless authentication options for Azure Active Directory Satisfying CMMC – Level 3 - IA.3.083 MFA requirement with Windows Hello for Business How Smart Card Sign-in Works in Windows Sign in with passwordless credential Logitech BRIO Ultra HD Webcam for Video Conferencing, Recording, and Streaming - Black Kensington VeriMark USB Fingerprint Key Reader - Windows Hello, FIDO U2F, Anti-Spoofing (K67977WW),Black About the sponsors Sperry Software, Inc focuses primarily on Microsoft Outlook and more recently Microsoft Office 365, where a plethora of tools and plugins that work with email have been developed. These tools can be extended for almost any situation where email is involved, including automating workflows (e.g., automatically save emails as PDF or automatically archive emails that are over 30 days old), modifying potentially bad user behaviors (e.g., alert the user to suspected phishing emails or prompt the user if they are going to inadvertently reply to all), and increased email security (e.g., prompt the user with a customizable warning if they are about to send an email outside the organization). Get started today by visiting www.SperrySoftware.com/CloudIT Every business will eventually have to move to the cloud and adapt to it. That's a fact. ShareGate helps with that. Our industry-leading products help IT professionals worldwide migrate their business to the Office 365 or SharePoint, automate their Office 365 governance, and understand their Azure usage & costs. Visit https://sharegate.com/ to learn more. Intelligink utilizes their skill and passion for the Microsoft cloud to empower their customers with the freedom to focus on their core business. They partner with them to implement and administer their cloud technology deployments and solutions. Visit Intelligink.com for more info.
This episode is sponsored by Linode: Simplify your infrastructure and cut your cloud bills in half with Linode's Linux virtual machines. Develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and easier. Whether you're developing a personal project or managing larger workloads, you deserve simple, affordable, and accessible cloud computing solutions. Get started on Linode today with a $100 in free credit for listeners of the FaunCast. You can find all the details at linode.com/faun. Linode has data centers around the world with the same simple and consistent pricing regardless of location. Choose the data center nearest to you. You also receive 24/7/365 human support with no tiers or hand-offs regardless of your plan size. You can choose shared and dedicated compute instances or you can use your $100 in credit on S3-compatible object storage, Managed Kubernetes, and more. If it runs on Linux, it runs on Linode. Visit linode.com/faun and click on the “Create Free Account” button to get started. --- On a chilly November morning in 2020, it's GitOps Days, and we heard Alexis Richardson via Video Conferencing speak. Git allowed us to do Cloud-native development. It gave us the tooling for a distributed source control, continuous integration, container image distribution, and others. The rate of development improved with Git. However, the one thing that Git did not give us is better operations. Git focuses on collaboration between developers and versioning, but it was never intended to help in operations. However, this was the case before GitOps. GitOps gives you a mechanical, programmatic, automated way to operate. But why? Why would you want this new way to operate? Why does this matter? Ok, before we dig deep into any answers, let's start with another question: How do you know your systems are in a correct state now? If your auditors come to your office the next morning and ask if all your applications are running in your Kubernetes Cluster in a correct state now? How do you prove that? In this episode, we will dive deep into GitOps and its raison d'etre. We will answer questions you may have asked about GitOps, like the advantages and disadvantages of adopting it. We will also walk through the important patterns and security considerations in adopting GitOps. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedevopsfauncast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedevopsfauncast/support
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These days, like most working people, in any given work week, I spend over 20 hours on video conferences. During COVID, my church went to online services and zoom small groups. Conferences and celebrations we'd planned as in-person social gatherings became virtual events. Working parents are suddenly having to homeschool over video conferencing platforms. No matter what your season of life, we've all had to adjust to interacting with other people digitally. From having to keep your 6-year-old engaged on a web call while you are working to getting used to seeing yourself on camera. Video calls have limitations with ramifications for our social interactions. For example, it's tough to read body language, and so it's harder to pick up on how people feel. Also, according to the University of Berkeley, the science of touch shows us that we humans crave physical contact, which neither video conferencing nor social media can provide. It only took me a few months of shelter in place orders for me to reach a breaking point. I was burnt out from being on video conferences most of the time whether it was for work or for social reasons. I was weepy and snotty which is not a good look for video. I had to get it together!