that revolutionises the way meetings are documented.
The recent pandemic pushed businesses to switch their business operation toward more and more remote working. With this remote workforce comes the question of the efficiency of online meetings and how we can improve them.Read More
In the past few years, we witnessed an unplanned but drastic revolution in our meeting culture. Global events, as well as technological development, allowed workers across the board to change their approach to meetings. Whether working from home or the office, people now use digital tools more than ever before. But is it a good thing?We may wonder if the change in meeting format affected productivity. Here is a series of mind-opening statistics that show us that we still have a long way to go before we achieve efficient and productive meetings.
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The emergence of online meetings as the new norm has raised various issues for workers globally. In most instances, the problems are rooted in communication. Participants struggle to understand each other and engage in a productive meeting. A new solution may help fix some of these issues.
In May 2018, the European Union (EU) implemented one of, if not the strictest privacy and security law in the world: the General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly known as GDPR. This law set a large frame of regulation for any organization, private or public, across the globe collecting or accessing data linked to people in the EU. In case of breach of these standards, the infringers are subject to fines that can reach tens of millions of euros. If big corporations or worldwide organizations have access to professional legal teams that manage this kind of topic, start-ups and SMEs have to be particularly attentive to these laws.