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NTELogic.com | Remote Work

Remote Work Is Here to Stay

What Lies Ahead for Businesses Tomorrow? The new normal has settled in on the business world, at least for now. To accommodate for the current environment and public health emergency, many workers have shifted to work from home mode. This significant change will forever impact

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NTELogic.com | Techronyms

Techronym Tuesday for April 7th

Bits, Bytes and all the Rest Today’s Techronym Tuesday requires doing a little “bit” of math as we explain the small b’s and big B’s of bits, bytes, kilobytes, megabytes and beyond. b (Bit) – A bit is a binary digit, the smallest increment of

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NTELogic.com | Looking Your Best on Camera

Lighting & Camera Angle: Looking Your Best

We’re spending more time on camera than we could have ever imaged just two months ago. Some of us are accustomed to it. For others, it is new and we still feel awkward seeing ourselves in the almost non-stop video conferences and meetings. Here’s a

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NTELogic.com | Video Conferencing

How to Look Great on a Video Conference Call

Working remotely doesn’t mean you have to be isolated. That is what’s so great about video conferencing platforms. Face to face communication is now possible without being in the same place. The same connection can be created even if you’re thousands of miles away. While it’s very

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NTELogic.com | Remote Teams

12 Tips for Managing Remote Teams

How do you manage remote teams? First, take comfort in knowing that managers around the globe, in companies of all sizes, have successfully led entire teams of distributed groups and individuals. If you’ve only led teams who are physically located in the same office, the

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NTELogic.com | Virtual Meetings

Top 10 Tips for Keeping Virtual Meetings Engaging

By leveraging video conferencing technology, you can lead meetings where it’s easy to connect and collaborate. The ability to offer remote work opportunities for your team can be one of the most valuable decisions you make. It means that your employees can work together seamlessly without

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