Make Sure Your Conferencing Vendor Isn’t a One-Trick Pony
In the digital age, communication between employees and customers is your lifeline. With so much at stake, conferencing is no place to sacrifice quality or security.
Six Steps: Save Up to a Month a Year by Ditching Your Commute
We’ve all wished for more hours in the day… The real secret? We just need to be more productive with the time we already have. Reclaim those wasted hours. Ditch the drive in six steps.
Igniting a Musical Movement: Operation Encore
From a musical perspective, Spark Meetings has enabled the Operation Encore team to collaborate on songs and rehearse via video conferencing. Now, with the song edits finished, attention needs to shift to finalizing the CD artwork and coordinating logistics for the upcoming CD release event in November.
Cisco Spark Creates a Musical Connection from the Front Line
Operation Encore, a group of active-duty and retired U.S. service members who share their experiences through music. These talented artists span the military branches and are now completing their second album. To help the members connect and collaborate, I introduced them to Cisco Spark.
Better Collaboration Services for Those Who’ve Served
When we think of collaboration, we often picture a corporate setting. But, what about others like graphic designers and musical groups that need to collaborate from a distance? The veteran music project, Operation Encore was introduced to Cisco Spark via one brief demo. That was all it took. With the “user friendly” app, they now share and store files, communicate real-time through group messaging, and start meetings all from one location, or Spark “room”. This is the first blog of three in a series.