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Avoid These Common Video Conferencing Mistakes

Technology is everywhere, and thanks to office automation, it’s propelling the workplace. You’ll still need to understand how to use your technology, especially when it comes to video conferencing. Please keep reading to learn about a few common video conferencing mistakes to avoid.

Failing to Speak Clearly

Office automation seeks to make things easier, but it’s still your job to use your technology properly. When you sit down for a video conference with a coworker, business partner, or potential investor, it’s important that you communicate clearly. Don’t eat a meal when video conferencing—in addition to being rude, talking with your mouth full can make it difficult for your conference partner to understand what you’re saying. You should also make sure your microphone is working before you start the conference so you can take care of any troubleshooting in advance.

Angling the Camera Improperly

Most of today’s computers, laptops, and mobile devices come with cameras built into them, but some people decide to use their own cameras for video conferencing. While the angle of the camera might not matter if you’re conferencing a friend from your smart home, it’s an important element to consider in a professional environment. It helps if your camera is positioned near the screen that you’ll be looking at, so you can replicate the same type of dynamic as a face-to-face conversation.

Choosing the Conferencing System

Video conferencing etiquette is easy to learn, and mistakes are easy to fix. If you make the wrong choices regarding your office automation and pick a subpar video conferencing system, backtracking may take a bit longer. Make sure you choose a reliable video conferencing system that won’t cut out in the middle of a meeting, and consider having your office automation professional install it for you.

For more help with video conferencing and office automation services in Chicago, feel free to contact TVTI or visit our website. We can employ our automation technologies in the home or the workplace, so you can enjoy maximum convenience wherever you go. Stop by our offices or call us at (312) 265-3760 to see what we can do.

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