Businesses around the world are rapidly adopting visual collaboration technologies that enable them to do more with less, and maintain a competitive edge.
But while consumers are able to engage in video communications at the drop of a hat, thanks to built-in tools on messaging platforms like Google Talk, Skype or WhatsApp that deliver ‘click to connect’ hassle-free functionality, in the corporate world, video still remains largely a minority sport that’s restricted to the boardroom elite. To extend video out to the entire organisation it needs to be easy-to-use, readily available and accessible, but most importantly is has to be secure, with high quality visuals and sound.
How to make video conferencing generate further ROI through efficiency and future proofing
Whilst video conferencing may now be ubiquitous, many companies are now looking at how they can get even more value from current (that may or may not be being used) or new endpoints; by using different types of technology or by moving to future proof the service.
What are the Tangible Benefits of Video Conferencing?
Many of us have been there; on the cusp of introducing a new technology for our company knowing that it is going to bring great benefits not just in terms of monetary value for the company, but a better working environment for the staff as well. It’s a win – win situation, or at least it will be.
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...