How to Deal With a Complex Video Conferencing Legacy
Video Conferencing technology has been around since 1982, and most global companies have taken the step to engage with it at least once, but quite often without the outcome that was first hoped.
This might have been down to a number of factors that include global markets, disparate workforce, supply chains and tele workers.
Finally video conferencing has come of age, and as such the global multinationals as well as enterprise and mid-sized companies with multiple offices are now looking again at the advantages that the technology can bring.
Companies that have previously invested are now in a situation whereby they have old technology that was expensive and is still trying to prove a full ROI. This technology can’t simply be abandoned, so what options are there to making it work with the newer technology?