Group meetings praise the EMEET meeting module
Video conferences have become attractive
So one of the disadvantages of moving about 100 miles from Los Angeles is the ability to communicate with others. Sure, there are phones and plenty of webcams, but when it comes to being at the end of a meeting when a group of people are in one place and it’s just you on the other end of the line, then that’s a different story. and it’s confusing too. Because when multiple voices speak to you, it is not only difficult to distinguish between them, but it is even more difficult to understand what is being said (and by whom).
When EMEET Meeting Pod came out, it seemed like a godsend, and the IT department (us) had no problem getting people to try it – they were fine with me coming to meetings almost as often like with us. We also didn’t mind that they could set it up and run it from their website, even easier than we could from mine (especially since we’re the only ones here).So, before we move on to the results that evaluate the effectiveness of EMEET in integrating video conferencing with a large group of people, it is worth taking a look at what EMEET is, what it looks like and what it is used for.