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Phone Conferencing Wireless-Is it Safe?

May 12, 2011 in Conferencing Tips, Security Tips

Is wireless phone conferencing safe? It’s a legitimate question because phone conferencing users generally stay on the phone for periods ranging from 30 minutes to two hours. This exposes the average cell phone conferencer  longer  to radio frequency energy (RF). This according to some sources may result in an increased chance of brain cancer. The FCC and FDA take the position that wireless i.e. cell phone usage is a safe activity based on current research studies. However, the FCC also [...]

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Internet Security: Does Your Sensitive Data Roam the World?

October 25, 2010 in Security Tips

Internet security can be an issue for businesses. Every day a flow of sensitive information and otherwise leaves your company via the internet. Once out the door there is no turning back. You have contracts, agenda points, financial forecasts, tutorials, private podcasts and all kinds of private communications heading into the wild blue yonder. Your company may mark it as private, but forwarded emails can take on a life of their own. Your private company information could have the dubious [...]

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Who just joined…your conference call?!?

October 8, 2010 in Conferencing Tips, Security Tips

This post features a funny video, and two great conference call tips. Conference lock and name announcement are very easy to implement and can add a lot in terms of safety and overall call coherence. Here is a funny video from Dave Fleming highlighting a common experience in conference calls.Check out this 59 second video below: If your conference call is plagued by mystery callers joining your conference call then consider 2 features: * Conference Lock. You can lock your [...]

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Conferencing Security Tip

April 7, 2009 in Security Tips, Services

Name Recording On Entry. This is a very important tip for maintaining security on a conference call. This feature prompts a caller to announce their name before joining the conference call. That helps insure 2 things: 1) only the invited attend; 2) you know who’s attending AND who’s leaving. There are 2 options for Name Recording on Entry. These options regard your callers and their experience of the feature. Do you want them to hear the names announced as callers [...]

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Conference Call Security Tip

March 13, 2009 in Conferencing Tips, Security Tips

Name Recording On Entry. This is a very important tip for maintaining security on a conference call. This feature prompts a caller to announce their name before joining the conference call. That helps insure 2 things: 1) only the invited attend; 2) you know who's attending AND who's leaving.There are 2 options for Name Recording on Entry. These options regard your callers and their experience of the feature. Do you want them to hear the names announced as callers arrive? Do you [...]

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6 Free Features to Help Insure Your Conference Call is Confidential

January 15, 2008 in Conferencing Tips, Security Tips

The best security comes from the integrity of the guest who attend your conference call. However, at times you may be unpleasantly surprised or caused to have doubts about your attendees, or the topic is so important you want to quell your worries. Here are some simple features you can use with your existing audio conference call service to bring the highest degree of security and confidentiality to your conference call. The first group of features are standard with our [...]

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#4 Conference Call Security Tip: Attendee Count

November 14, 2006 in Security Tips

At any time during your conference call you can request the Attendee Count. That feature request will tell you how many attendees or callers, including you as the host, are currently on your conference call. If you're sure the invited guests have arrived and want to make sure no one else has joined the call directly, then count the number in attendance at that moment. That feature also is standard with most of our audio conference call services. It's enacted [...]

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4 Conference Call Security Tips

November 14, 2006 in Security Tips

From the recent weekly series on Conference Call Security, here are the 4 Tips to help insure your audience on your conference call is the audience you want to be there. Conference Call Security Tip #1: Change Your Access Codes Regularly. Just like you do, right(?), with your computer passwords. Conference Call Security Tip #2: Name Recording on Entry, with private or public announcement. Conference Call Security Tip #3: Conference Lock. Lock unwanted callers out. Conference Call Security Tip #4: [...]

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#3 Conference Call Security Tip: Conference Lock

November 14, 2006 in Security Tips

Lock Your Conference. Once everyone's arrived, shut the door and lock it. Lock your conference call against further arrivals. If everyone's there, then start without further interruptions. And it's also a great way to insure prompt attendance... It's a feature that's standard on most of our conference call services. You lock your call using the dialpad on your telephone. NOTE: Once a guest leaves a locked conference call...they can't return. NOTE #2: An operator can't join your call, either, if [...]

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#2 Conference Call Security Tip: Name Recording On Entry

November 14, 2006 in Security Tips

Name Recording On Entry. That's the 2nd most important tip for maintaining security on a conference call. (The number one tip is Change Your Host and Guest Codes regularly.) This feature prompts a caller to announce their name before joining the conference call. That helps insure 2 things: 1) only the invited attend; 2) you know who's attending AND who's leaving. There are 2 options for Name Recording on Entry These options regard your callers and their experience of the [...]

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