received a request from a client for international teleconference management support, and for the past month, I have been struggling to prepare for it. Finally yesterday, it was finished successfully.
I have learned a lot from the operation of this teleconference, but I would like to introduce some of the most impressive ones.
1. Polycom (video conferencing system) can be used!
This teleconference was held by connecting Japan with the United States, Canada and Australia, and the hardware and software that made it possible is Polycom’s video conferencing system.
It’s quite expensive, but the texture is the same as that of Sony PlayStation, “Is it really possible to realize a video conference with overseas with this kind of thing …?” Or “I don’t call a video conference a Yahoo Messe.
I was skeptical about something like “Is it necessary to introduce such an expensive system one by one because I can do as much as I can with the software in that area?”
And the result is “Tensei Polycom!”, “As expected Polycom!”, “Polycom-chan is the best —!”. One of the reasons is that the video and audio compression technology is excellent! I don’t know the details, but I don’t feel any stress in the communication between Japan and overseas, even though I’m only connected by a thin ISDN line.
This clear video and audio is nothing short of overwhelming. The second is a diverse and flexible connection device environment! Connected to Polycom like a game machine are 3 video input cameras, 3 audio input microphones, audio output speakers, large screen projectors for video output, PCs for showing power points for presentations, video decks for recording, etc. !! These can be easily connected. Even at a large-scale conference, I was disappointed by the potential of being able to handle it easily.
2. I wanted to introduce the second and third, but it’s a long sentence, so today is around here! Maybe there will be a sequel if you feel like it …
Maybe I’ll take a little rest today …
WBC … If you dare to write without fear of misunderstanding …
Japan defeats Cuba and is No. 1 in the world!
To tell the truth, I want Japan to win, but I thought it would be tough!
Why is that?
I was wondering if the purpose of the fight was different!
According to Abraham Maslow’s five-step theory of desire, the Japanese team led by coach Ichiro Suzuki challenged to satisfy the most advanced desire for self-actualization!
Winning does not mean that you will be spared military service, nor will you receive huge prizes. Didn’t he just challenge his own potential?
On the other hand, in Cuba, they are all civil servants. Although he is not a great general, he collides with Castro’s words, “Thank you for your hard work! Good luck!” I don’t call it a physiological desire, but the desire for safety and security is the main focus!
I don’t mean to have a high degree of desire. After all, I grew up in a poor family and challenged my work for the desire for safety and security.
Low desires are simple, easy to understand and easy to summarize. Power comes out simply for a better life! However, the motivation of the Japanese team this time is high and difficult to maintain. It’s easy to compromise. I thought it would be tough from such a thought …
I would like to welcome the triumphant return of Japanese players with the applause of thunder!
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