Live Video's Central Role In The Changing Workforce

September 6, 2016
Whether it’s Skyping grandma, FaceTiming friends, or using the Periscope social media app, live two-way video is playing an increasingly central role in everyday lives – particularly among younger people. However, while many understand the benefits of live video, it is a communication tool that has yet to be fully embraced in the workplace. BlueJeans Network commissioned a survey to uncover the current attitudes and trends surrounding live video usage. The goal was to determine how employees felt about adopting this form of communication at work, and how responsive organizations might be to changing their communication methods.
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