TelePresence and Micropresence

Posted by on Nov 19, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

TelePresence, Micropresence, and Telerobotics hold promise for allowing expert physicians to assist clinicians and surgeons at remote locations. Telepresence allows a physician to have access to a distant location through static or full-perspective views of a patient. High fidelity TelePresence allows a remote location or scene to be inspected from different perspectives via a procedure of moving distant cameras in concert with the head and gaze positions of a local observer. Telerobotics allows the telepresent clinician to interact with a distant patient. Simple forms of TelePresence...

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Video Conferencing Success Depends on Corporate Engagement

Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

There generally is a significant difference between the way things work “on paper” – in other words, the most positive implementation in which every pass is a touchdown – and real life, with its mix of touchdowns and interceptions. A study done by the Interior Department’s inspector general points out that the real world of Video Conferencing is far different than the one portrayed by marketers. Indeed, few telecommunications disciplines have as high an upside as desktop and room Video Conferencing and its cousin, TelePresence. These tools reduce the cost...

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International Literacy Day – How About Changing The Facts

Posted by on Sep 8, 2012 in Blog | 4 comments

How about donating some of your books to your local Library, a School, or an Orphanage to celebrate and support International Literacy Day? Or spend time reading with your kids? You can also start a Little Free Library in your neighbourhood, wherever you are! You can either order or build your Little Free Library and fill it (or them) with books to share with everyone who stops by. You can swap books, or set-up a small reading area. It’s a great way to encourage reading with people of any...

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Customer Handling

Posted by on Aug 11, 2012 in Blog | 11 comments

Friends, I have been thinking about sharing my experiences in situations where one has to interact with the customer…. One such disaster and a great lesson at the start of my career which I distinctly remember and would like to share… I was moved to a new role within the organisation where I was responsible for profit and loss of a business unit..desire to succeed was there but did not know what to do to succeed as usual  so the desire drove me to take on this challenging role. I was quite new to this business unit and the products that I was to handle were projectors. Sanyo used to be...

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How to Manage the boss?

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Blog | 1 comment

Did you ever hear “Boss is always right..”? Yes he is…Unless he/ she is made boss by their parents  . you know why i am saying this… because only unconditional love in this world is parental:-) Start asking yourself..why did he/she become your boss? is it his competence? net working skills? unwavering committment? proximity to the super boss? (remember super boss is not stupid..he got there because he is smart:-)..remember if he has become close to super boss he is good at some thing..if not for anything else..atleast sucking upto the boss:-) its very natural for all of us to expect...

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The Evolution of AV Global Sales Strategies

Posted by on Jul 11, 2012 in Blog | 3 comments

Maybe it’s self-evident, but the world continues to be a smaller place as travel becomes easier, the Internet brings us worldwide information faster and businesses of all sizes expand into new markets. Looking at the globalization of the audio-visual (AV) industry, it seems that there are two major factors impacting how AV companies sell products globally – macroeconomics and technology convergence as being wrote in this blog. Macroeconomic Factors Macroeconomics has impacted where AV companies are selling their products across the world. Two years ago a quarter of Tech Connect’s...

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