About the Lab

About the Human Productivity Lab

 Visual Collaboration Consulting

The Human Productivity Lab is the leading consultancy for organizations looking to deploy and future-proof visual collaboration solutions including videoconferencing, telepresence, streaming video, and unified communications

The Human Productivity Lab offers organizations a host of consulting and advisory services including:

Visual Collaboration Publishing – Telepresence Options

What began in 2005 as Human Productivity Lab founder Howard Lichtman’s personal blog on telepresence and visual collaboration grew into one of the world’s most widely read publications focused on telepresence, videoconferencing, and visual collaboration.The flagship Telepresence Options website is still published regularly and hosts visitors from over 190+  countries and still ranks as the top destinations on the Internet for visual collaboration news, research, and analysis.

Telepresence Options Magazine was published annually between 2011 – 2014 and reached over 4,800+ subscribers in 94 countries in hard copy and tens of thousands more through conferences, trade shows, and iPad-friendly digital editions.  We are looking for a publishing partner to take over the publication.

The free monthly newsletter, Telepresence Options Telegraph, has over 6,700 subscribers from 100+ countries.

Telepresence Options content is syndicated globally on a variety of publishing and social media platforms including: RSS/e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Scribd, and Issuu.  Our industry association on Linked In: Telepresence Industry Professionals, has more than 4,000+ members and has held events in New York City, Reston and Los Angeles.

The largest Audience in the World interested in Telepresence

Telepresence Options & Human Productivity Lab – Global Mindshare in Telepresence, Telepresence Managed Services, and Inter-networking Telepresence
Visitors from over 165 Countries – The Largest Audience in the World interested in Telepresence

Human values and interests

Although the Human Productivity Lab embraces the advances in organizational communications and performance made possible by telepresence, our mission is firmly grounded by an awareness of technology’s limits, and guided by an overarching respect for human values and interests.