Helping Kids See for the First Time With Skype

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Kids all over the world are seeing for the first time thanks to committed doctors and the revolutionary capabilities that Skype brings to the operating table. At EnhancedTECH, we know you need to harness that same type of collaborative power to bring your organization together.

With Skype, you can record meetings, share your screen, and annotate PowerPoint for real-time collaboration with up to 250 people. Use whiteboard, polls, Q&A, and built-in IM during your business meetings to make them more productive. Skype is an amazing collaborative tool that can save your business time and money, creating opportunities like the Children’s Hospital of LA has found with doctors all over the world.

EnhancedTECH is ready to help you bring collaboration to your organization. Contact us at 714-970-9330 or at [email protected] to find out how we can help.

Watch this short video to see how the Children’s Hospital of LA is helping doctors help kids all over the world to see for the first time.

Samantha Keller

Director of Marketing and PR at EnhancedTECH
Samantha Keller (AKA Sam) is a published author, tech-blogger, event-planner and mother of three fabulous humans. Samantha has worked in the IT field for the last fifteen years, intertwining a freelance writing career along with technology sales, events and marketing. She began working for EnhancedTECH ten years ago after earning her Bachelor’s degree from UCLA and attending Fuller Seminary. She is a lover of kickboxing, extra-strong coffee, and Wolfpack football.Her regular blog columns feature upcoming tech trends, cybersecurity tips, and practical solutions geared towards enhancing your business through technology.
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