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Zoom Security Tips

  This document outlines Zoom security features that help prevent disruptions and intrusions to Zoom meetings.   Meeting or Webinar First, understand that a “meeting” is a fully collaborative online event, allowing all participants to potentially interact with the host(s) and each other. A “webinar” is different: it allows the host(s) and pre-designated panelists to […]

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Webex

  Webex is a service that offers audio, video conferencing and screen sharing services, for state and external participants. Webex is a cloud-based offering. It is best for meetings of 1 – 100 active participants but can support up to 1,000 participants. To Host a Webex session requires a Webex license. Contact the DTI Service […]

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Guide to Electronic Meetings and Conference Calls

  Look below for some procedures and best practices for electronic conferencing. Whenever feasible, it is preferable to use State of Delaware services such as Skype or WebEx for electronic meetings, rather than free options which may be overburdened and have degraded quality. If you need more guidance, please contact the DTI Service Desk at […]

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Successful Electronic Meetings – Best Practices

  There are a variety of electronic (or online) meeting applications (WebEx, GoToMeeting, ZOOM, etc.).  Regardless of which application you choose, remember that not everyone has experience in participating in meetings online. Here are some best practices to help ensure a successful electronic meeting. Start and End on Time Have an Agenda Know what needs […]

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Virtual Meeting Basics

  This support guide has information to help decision makers put electronic meetings into practice effectively and to help people learn best practices and etiquette. Pre-Planning Considerations You can use Skype for Business or WebEx for state meetings (see Business Continuity Resources on DTI’s website); K12 is using Zoom for engaging students. Not everyone has […]

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