How to get the most from your meetings

November 2009
AV Magazine;Nov/Dec2009, Special section p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses the effectiveness of conference management systems in running meetings. It states that the conference systems adopt the principle of the old-fashioned of using stick where only one person is talking at any one time. It indicates that the more advanced conference management systems can now provide voting functionality.


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