I’ve been participating in a lot of Conference Calls hosted in the United States lately – and whilst many of the companies who host these calls realise (or should I say, realize…) they are facing a worldwide audience and thus publish GMT and other time zone information about the Calls – many simply publish American time zones in PST, etc.
So how do you work out when your call is in local time?
Try the Time Zone Converter – it makes finding out what that PST is in GMT easy!
I happened to be on a client site where one of the staff was trying to find out what time it was in Azerbaijan the other day so she could organise a telephone meeting. I pointed her at Time Zone Converter and it solved the problem! Not bad eh? 🙂