With budgets trimmed and communication lines blurred by the ambiguity of email, videoconferencing has come into its own as a legitimate channel for business meetings, reports MDB Communications.

The MDB report also stated:

“In fact, it is all part of living in a video world. The informality that rules Skype and Google Hangout has made us all quite comfortable on camera. And that’s the problem when it comes to videoconferencing with business associates. It’s not informal. It’s a business meeting.

“Sally French is a reporter for MarketWatch in San Francisco. She and her team talked to experts on etiquette and videoconferencing. She reported their findings in a recent article for the Wall Street Journal” and you can check out her top-ten tips here.

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