Virtual	  Mee+ngs?	     (and	  how	  to	  have	  them)	  
What’s	  a	  Virtual	  Mee+ng?	  •  Short	  version:	  a	  mee+ng	  where	  all	  par+cipants	     are	  not	  in	  the	  ...
What	  makes	  them	  different?	  •  Money:	  how	  much	  does	  the	  technology	  cost?	  
What	  makes	  them	  different?	  •  Money:	  how	  much	  does	  the	  technology	  cost?	  •  People:	  how	  many	  peo...
What	  makes	  them	  different?	  •  Money:	  how	  much	  does	  it	  cost?	  •  People:	  how	  many	  people	  are	  in...
What	  makes	  them	  different?	  •  Money:	  how	  much	  does	  it	  cost?	  •  People:	  how	  many	  people	  are	  in...
What	  makes	  them	  different?	  •  Money:	  how	  much	  does	  it	  cost?	  •  People:	  how	  many	  people	  are	  in...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Telephone:	  •  Money:	  cheap!	  •  People:	  lots!	  •  Presenta+on:	  balanced	  •...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Document	  sharing	  service:	    Examples:	  Dropbox,	  Google	  Docs,	  	    Google...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Document	  sharing	  service:	  •  Money:	  cheap	  to	  not	  at	  all	  cheap	  •  ...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Desktop	  sharing	  service:	    Examples:	  MicrosoN	  Live	  Mee+ng/Lync,	    WebEx...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Desktop	  sharing	  service:	  •  Money:	  cheap	  to	  not	  at	  all	  cheap	  •  P...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Webinar	  presenta+on	  service:	    Examples:	  GoToWebinar,	  Watchitoo,	    Micros...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Webinar	  presenta+on	  service:	  •  Money:	  cheap	  to	  not	  at	  all	  cheap	  ...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Video	  hos+ng	  service:	    Examples:	  YouTube,	  Vimeo,	  	    many	  others	  th...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Video	  hos+ng	  service:	  •  Money:	  cheap	  to	  not	  at	  all	  cheap	  •  Peop...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Video	  conferencing:	    Examples:	  Skype,	  ooVoo,	  Mee+ngBurner,	    dedicated	 ...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Video	  conferencing	  service:	  •  Money:	  cheap	  to	  not	  at	  all	  cheap	  •...
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Virtual/immersive	  conferencing:	   Examples:	  Second	  Life,	  vConferenceOnline	  
Virtual	  mee+ng	  technologies	  	  Virtual/immersive	  conferencing:	  •  Money:	  probably	  not	  cheap	  •  People:	 ...
What	  should	  you	  use?	  •  What	  do	  you	  need	  to	  accomplish?	  
What	  should	  you	  use?	  •  What	  do	  you	  need	  to	  accomplish?	  •  What	  can	  you	  afford?	  
What	  do	  you	  need	  to	  provide?	  •  Connec+vity	  
What	  do	  you	  need	  to	  provide?	  •  Connec+vity	  •  Equipment	  
What	  do	  you	  need	  to	  provide?	  •  Connec+vity	  •  Equipment	  •  Support	  
What	  kind	  of	  connec+vity?	  •  Telephone	  requirements?	  •  Wired	  network	  requirements?	  •  Wireless	  networ...
What	  kind	  of	  equipment?	  •  Telephones?	  What	  kinds?	  •  Computers?	  What	  kinds?	  •  Dedicated	  hardware	 ...
What	  kind	  of	  support?	  •  How	  much	  are	  you	  trying	  to	  accomplish?	  •  How	  much	  do	  you	  understan...
It’s	  demonstra+on	  +me!	  
Dan	  Bidwa	  (dbidwa@gmail.com)	  John	  Connelly	  (connelly@sei.cmu.edu)	  
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SGMP GP Virtual Meeting Presentation

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Quick explanation of what a virtual meeting is, along with some examples and some considerations.

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SGMP GP Virtual Meeting Presentation

  1. 1. Virtual  Mee+ngs?   (and  how  to  have  them)  
  2. 2. What’s  a  Virtual  Mee+ng?  •  Short  version:  a  mee+ng  where  all  par+cipants   are  not  in  the  same  physical  loca+on  •  Expanded  version:  a  mee+ng  where  all   par+cipants  are  not  in  the  same  physical   loca+on  or  are  par+cipa+ng  in  the  mee+ng  at   the  same  +me  
  3. 3. What  makes  them  different?  •  Money:  how  much  does  the  technology  cost?  
  4. 4. What  makes  them  different?  •  Money:  how  much  does  the  technology  cost?  •  People:  how  many  people  are  involved?  
  5. 5. What  makes  them  different?  •  Money:  how  much  does  it  cost?  •  People:  how  many  people  are  involved?  •  Presenta+on:  what  type  of  mee+ng?  
  6. 6. What  makes  them  different?  •  Money:  how  much  does  it  cost?  •  People:  how  many  people  are  involved?  •  Presenta+on:  what  type  of  mee+ng?  •  Richness:  is  there  any  extra  communica+on?  
  7. 7. What  makes  them  different?  •  Money:  how  much  does  it  cost?  •  People:  how  many  people  are  involved?  •  Presenta+on:  what  type  of  mee+ng?  •  Richness:  is  there  any  extra  communica+on?  •  Time:  when  are  the  non-­‐present  people   watching?  
  8. 8. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Telephone:  •  Money:  cheap!  •  People:  lots!  •  Presenta+on:  balanced  •  Richness:  nope!  •  Time:  synchronous  
  9. 9. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Document  sharing  service:   Examples:  Dropbox,  Google  Docs,     Google  Drive,  SlideShare,   Adobe  Workspaces,  MicrosoN  whatever,   every  wiki  in  existence    
  10. 10. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Document  sharing  service:  •  Money:  cheap  to  not  at  all  cheap  •  People:  lots,  sort  of  •  Presenta+on:  mostly  unbalanced  •  Richness:  nope!  •  Time:  synchronous  or  asynchronous  
  11. 11. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Desktop  sharing  service:   Examples:  MicrosoN  Live  Mee+ng/Lync,   WebEx,  join.me,  Yuuguu  
  12. 12. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Desktop  sharing  service:  •  Money:  cheap  to  not  at  all  cheap  •  People:  lots*  •  Presenta+on:  mostly  unbalanced  •  Richness:  nope!  •  Time:  synchronous  
  13. 13. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Webinar  presenta+on  service:   Examples:  GoToWebinar,  Watchitoo,   MicrosoN  Live  Mee+ng/Lync,  WebEx,     so  very  many  other  companies  
  14. 14. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Webinar  presenta+on  service:  •  Money:  cheap  to  not  at  all  cheap  •  People:  lots*  •  Presenta+on:  unbalanced  •  Richness:  some  (possibly  2  channels)  •  Time:  synchronous  
  15. 15. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Video  hos+ng  service:   Examples:  YouTube,  Vimeo,     many  others  that  aren’t  free  
  16. 16. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Video  hos+ng  service:  •  Money:  cheap  to  not  at  all  cheap  •  People:  lots*  •  Presenta+on:  completely  unbalanced  •  Richness:  some  (2  channels)  •  Time:  completely  asynchronous*  
  17. 17. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Video  conferencing:   Examples:  Skype,  ooVoo,  Mee+ngBurner,   dedicated  hardware  (Polycom,     Cisco/Tandberg,  LifeSize)  
  18. 18. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Video  conferencing  service:  •  Money:  cheap  to  not  at  all  cheap  •  People:  two  to  many*  •  Presenta+on:  balanced  •  Richness:  some  (2  channels),  some+mes  •  Time:  synchronous  
  19. 19. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Virtual/immersive  conferencing:   Examples:  Second  Life,  vConferenceOnline  
  20. 20. Virtual  mee+ng  technologies    Virtual/immersive  conferencing:  •  Money:  probably  not  cheap  •  People:  lots*  •  Presenta+on:  balanced  or  unbalanced  •  Richness:  hoo  boy  •  Time:  synchronous  
  21. 21. What  should  you  use?  •  What  do  you  need  to  accomplish?  
  22. 22. What  should  you  use?  •  What  do  you  need  to  accomplish?  •  What  can  you  afford?  
  23. 23. What  do  you  need  to  provide?  •  Connec+vity  
  24. 24. What  do  you  need  to  provide?  •  Connec+vity  •  Equipment  
  25. 25. What  do  you  need  to  provide?  •  Connec+vity  •  Equipment  •  Support  
  26. 26. What  kind  of  connec+vity?  •  Telephone  requirements?  •  Wired  network  requirements?  •  Wireless  network  requirements?  
  27. 27. What  kind  of  equipment?  •  Telephones?  What  kinds?  •  Computers?  What  kinds?  •  Dedicated  hardware  (VTC  or  video)?  
  28. 28. What  kind  of  support?  •  How  much  are  you  trying  to  accomplish?  •  How  much  do  you  understand?  •  How  much  spare  +me  do  you  have?  
  29. 29. It’s  demonstra+on  +me!  
  30. 30. Dan  Bidwa  (dbidwa@gmail.com)  John  Connelly  (connelly@sei.cmu.edu)  

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