The Bike Ride blogs series: Paul Stanley

Welcome to the second #BikeRide2017 blog! It’s nudging ever closer to the ride from Barcelona to Valencia, to celebrate here’s a quick interview with one of Colt’s most seasoned riders Paul Stanley. Paul has been with Colt (and its acquired Asia entity KVH) for eight years. Paul is currently Regional Director based in Hong Kong, having worked in both sales roles in Tokyo Japan, Chicago USA and product roles in London UK. Paul has a degree in Politics, Economics and Philosophy and is a keen cyclist and triathlete, having competed most recently in Ironman Vietnam 70.3 and competed in the US national triathlon championships in Milwaukee. Paul has participated in the last two Colt Charity bikes rides Frankfurt to Zurich and Marseille to Barcelona. With colleagues from the Colt Japan office, Paul recently rode the suggested 2020 Olympic route which included 50km ascent and descent up Mount Fuji. What’s your favourite thing about the ride? The camaraderie is fantastic, whatever your level, however you feel, you will find someone and some team that suits your riding capabilities. Taking 100 people out of their work clothes, putting them in the same lycra outfits, on a bike, on a road, all watching out for each other puts everyone on the same level.…


Real-time Video Clears the Path for a Revolution in Talent Acquisition

Three months ago, as a college student with limited time and money, I feared how I’d be able to interview for summer internships in my home state. Scheduling an in-person interview during business hours would have resulted in missed classes. My concerns were immediately dismissed when I was invited to a face-to-face remote interview over  Read More The post Real-time Video Clears the Path for a Revolution in Talent Acquisition appeared first on Vidyo Blog. Vidyo Blog


6 exemples d’applications du drone en entreprise

Destinés à l’origine à un usage militaire, les drones sont entrés dans notre quotidien sous la forme d’opérateurs de prise de vue ou de gadgets télécommandés. S’ils connaissent aujourd’hui une expansion fulgurante dans bon nombre de secteurs professionnels, c’est parce qu’ils se révèlent de formidables outils de récolte de données. Inspections de bâtiments, contrôles de sécurité, prévention des incendies sont autant de tâches qui peuvent désormais leur être confiées, franchissant une nouvelle étape dans la transformation digitale des entreprises. Le drone agricole L’agriculture est l’un des domaines où l’emploi des drones se démocratise rapidement. Ce nouvel outil sert à collecter des données comme le taux de chlorophylle ou la hauteur de végétation qui sont exploitées afin d’augmenter les rendements. L’agriculteur peut dès lors optimiser l’arrosage ou l’utilisation de pesticides et d’engrais. Cette technologie pourra même sans attendre communiquer ces informations à un autre drone arroseur. C’est l’exemple du drone d’épandage DJI Agras MG-1 qui peut appliquer fertilisants ou herbicides sur 4000 à 6000 m² en 10 minutes, sans pilotage manuel.   Le drone de sécurité Inspection d’ouvrage et d’infrastructure pour la prévention d’accidents, audits de conformité, vidéo-surveillance, thermographie pour détecter les fuites et ruptures de canalisation… Le drone de sécurité devient un précieux outil de prévention. En cas de situation…


7 Skype Tips and Tricks You Didn’t Know

Skype is nothing new to most of us. We all love how simple and straightforward Skype is. It probably only takes you less than 30 minutes from downloading to dialing your first call through Skype. You think you already know all about Skype? Well, there might still be some features that will surprise you! Check out the 7 Skype tips and tricks in this post to see what they are!   #1 How to Make Calls from Skype Contact List Do you know you can start a Skype call by double-clicking on a contact? Here’s how: Click Tools >> Options >> General Settings Check the box: When I double-click on a contact start a call Pretty easy, huh?   #2 How to Hide or Show the Skype Moving Pencil You must have noticed that when you are chatting with someone on Skype message, there’s a pencil image moving showing you that someone is editing his/her message. Not a big fan of this feature? No problem. Here’s how you can hide it and have more privacy: Click Tools >> Options >> IM & SMS >> IM Settings >> Show Advanced Options Uncheck the box: Show when I am typing   #3 How to Clear Skype Chat History Erase your chat history in Skype…