Hubs is a place where you can meet people in a 3D environment.
The number of events shifting from physical to online venues is increasing every day. Diplo's Conference Tech Lab is monitoring closely to identify new trends.
Human resources is a common issue among event organisers. The size of your organising team depends on the size of your event (and your budget).
There is a wide range of terms used to describe the use of electronic tools for meetings. Here's what we're observing.
Zoom's ease-of-use has earned it a top spot among the world's most popular online platforms. In this beginners' guide for hosts, we will show you how to use it.
Should I encourage participants to use video? How long should the Q&A be? Oh, and do I allow speakers to use PPTs?
Context is the main victim in online events. With your light-hearted hat on, watch the 'incidents' captured on video. Plus, follow our tips for an incident-free appearance.
The online world has some unwritten but recommended rules of (good) behaviour. Keep them in mind when you're attending an online meeting or event.
Successful moderation, based on a smart blend of skills, is what creates a unique experience.
The number of social media users who follow livestreams has increased. With this in mind, you can broadcast yourself (and your speakers) directly on social media.