- For Beginners
New York Times reporter Brian X. Chen covers the basics you need to know to participate in video conference calls while working from home. This short piece doesn’t address the finer details of setting up the applications or hardware you’ll need for videoconferencing. Rather, it focuses on making sure that your time in front of the webcam is effective and suffers no technical and social interruptions or distractions. This advice will be most useful to people who are new to working remotely.
About the Author
Brian X. Chen is a technology reporter for The New York Times. He previously covered Apple and the wireless industry for Wired.