Video conferencing makes great sense on paper, and it has for years. Companies and employees clearly see the value of face-to-face communication, but the implementation and use of video conferencing are lagging.
Enterprises continue to make large investments in video solutions. Global business spending on video conferencing reached $3.8 billion in 2016. But the majority of these investments will sit idle. Why? Interoperability issues with existing hardware, coupled with steep end-user learning curves drive many business units and employees to abandon video conferencing in favor of traditional audio calls, email, or consumer video products such as FaceTime.
It's time to harness the power of your current video conferencing investments. Learn how to do it properly.