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Webex Integration
February 1st, 2022

Webex Integration

Quickminutes provides software tools that streamline the administrative and participatory aspects of running and engaging with meetings. It’s time con...

Evolution of Meeting Culture

Evolution of Meeting Culture

Introduction While it's difficult to pinpoint precisely when the idea of ‘meetings’ started, it merits seeing that people began g...

Q&A with Bilal Awan
January 14th, 2022

Q&A with Bilal Awan

About Bilal Awan, the CEO of PyscReality Bilal Awan is a tech entrepreneur and has a startup named ‘PsycReality’. He is originally from...

How does Santa organize his  work meetings?
December 22nd, 2021

How does Santa organize his work meetings?

We recently had the opportunity to interview Santa Claus and his team from the North Pole. We didn't go to the North Pole; it was an interview over a...

Q&A with Dan White
December 20th, 2021

Q&A with Dan White

In his early career, Dan learnt how to build client relationships and successful teams. He went on to become Chief Marketing Officer for the famous re...

Apache Log4j Vulnerability
December 20th, 2021

Apache Log4j Vulnerability

In light of the recent remote code execution vulnerability in Apache Log4j 2 which was identified being exploited in the wild, we at QuickMinutes want...

Conti Ransomware
June 2nd, 2021

Conti Ransomware

In light of the recent Ransomware attacks on HSE IT infrastructure which is being described as the most significant Cyber security attack in the histo...

A Framework for solving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
May 26th, 2021

A Framework for solving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

It seems almost daily now that there is a news story about how countries and organisations are striving towards creating a more inclusive society. The...

Introducing Agenda Templates
April 7th, 2021

Introducing Agenda Templates

Introducing meeting agenda templates - our newest feature to ease your meeting planning responsibilities.

How long should my meetings be?

How long should my meetings be?

It is not recommended that your team meet for over an hour, but it is inevitably going to happen for some more serious issues such as compliance or le...

Common reasons for poorly run meetings and how to avoid them

Common reasons for poorly run meetings and how to avoid them

For any successful organisation, how they run their meetings plays a huge role in their growth, decision making and how they reach their organisationa...

The Dos and Don'ts for high performance meetings

The Dos and Don'ts for high performance meetings

Meetings are vital to the success of any business. In meetings, decisions are made that contribute to the organisations growth & future. Unfortunately...

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