Archive for 2019

Conference Phones: A Few of our Favorites

ZipDX is now in its twelfth year as a leading specialty conference service for business. Over that time we’ve learned a few things about how to get the most out of your conference call experience. From the outset, we set about disrupting the space in various ways. For example, being the first commercial conference service […]

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Product Review: Koss CS300 USB Headset

We know from experience that conference calls tend to be longer that normal phone calls. Meetings often require hands free to attend to other matters, making a good headset a valuable tool. Further, interpreters using our multilingual conferencing must use a headset. Our effort to support interpreters using ZipDX includes maintaining a list of recommended […]

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Advanced Multilingual Conferencing with Relay Interpretation

Most multilingual conferences are bilingual – involving just two languages. Since this is the most common and also the simplest use case, throughout this web site the images of the ZipLine web phone mostly illustrate only two languages in use. This article describes setting up the ZipLine web phone for use by an interpreter working […]

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Posted in: Multilingual

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Conference Calls and Mobile Phones – A Love/Hate Relationship

For those meeting via teleconference, it’s frustrating for all when a participant is inexplicably “kicked off the bridge” or can’t be clearly heard or understood. Analysis of years of conference call history reveals that there’s no mystery here – the culprit is almost always a mobile phone. Mobiles and conference calls seem like a perfect […]

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