Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, video conferencing has become an essential part of everyday working life. Reports about their climate-damaging effects are increasingly circulating in the media – they are, however, misleading.
Millions of employees have been working from home since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and would like to continue working remotely at least from time to time as it reduces work related and commuting stress.
Studies have shown that video conferences and home offices can contribute to avoid millions of tons of greenhouse gas emissions. alfaview® provides the technical prerequisites to enable a sustainable rethinking of the world of work.
The handball team Berliner Füchse was supported by fans on Sunday at their match against the Rhein-Neckar-Löwen from Mannheim. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are still not allowed to visit the stadium. However, this weekend, the visitor section in Berlin’s Max-Schmeling-Halle went digital.
Due to the continuing high interest, the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Commissioner of the State of Berlin has re-evaluated various video conferencing solutions. The results have now been published: as one of few providers, alfaview receives the maximum of four green lights.
Jan Ullmann and Felix Rehmann already have some experience with online concerts. In contrast to the live streams that have become quite popular on social media, however, the concerts they played on 30 and 31 January 2021 allowed them to interact with the audience by connecting them live to the audience using the alfaview® video conferencing software.
What people in Germany miss most during the Coronavirus crisis is seeing their families and friends. Especially during the upcoming holiday season, however, the need for personal contacts grows.
The working world demands creative solutions for efficient collaboration. It is by now common knowledge that the protection of personal data does not always come first. Nevertheless, tools from US providers are often used due to a supposed lack of alternatives. But is this even allowed from a data protection point of view?
As a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, the number of video conferences has increased over the past few months. Besides the undeniable advantages of online meetings, however, many users of virtual communication platforms notice a certain exhaustion and fatigue that is currently circulating in the media with the label "zoom fatigue".