Years ago, people in one country had to communicate with another country through analog phones, fax and handwritten messages which were taking too long. With the advent of many modern technologies, it is now possible to communicate with each other easily and conveniently. The article focuses on this aspect. So read on to find out.
Solving world problems involves people. They can use cell phone, email and Skype technologies for messaging, chatting, and reaching an agreement or solution.
With cell phones, you can share your opinions briefly and let others know your views on a topic. Later you can go on Skype, and go in more detail. You can follow up on your conversations via email.
You can add people in a group on Skype, so you can create a group in an email account like Gmail. You can add or delete people as you like. The main idea is to work with a team of people to solve the world's problems.
You need to make your email and Skype accounts secure with strong passwords so that no one can crack them. Your phone calls must be confidential and if you are using Viber the password must be secure.
You may want to keep separate accounts for an important team of people so that you do not form conversations with your other less involved friends. This way you can track where you left off with your team of people on a global problem issue.
The United States, Europe, Asia and Africa all need to communicate with each other to solve their problems. So it is imperative that you have your own schedule on when to communicate with others via online meetings. It's a good idea to send pre-written emails to your team / group to kindly remind them of upcoming virtual meetings via specific technology.
It would be good for all of the people participating in a certain place to have their views and talks. But virtual meetings are much better at reducing the cost of spending on hotel stays and trips, thus saving time and energy.
So I suggest that cell phone, Skype and email correspondence are the best techniques for communicating with each other, discussing opinions in the group and ultimately reaching a solution to a global problem after a round of numerous virtual meetings.