Despite, or even because of, the economic recession, the enterprise video conferencing market is growing. Whether...
it's room-based, desktop, telepresence, or an integration of all three -- the business value of video conferencing is undeniable.
This tutorial will help you develop plans and polices for video conferencing, ensuring you not only meet user demands and improve collaboration, but also deliver measureable ROI.
Recession generates interest, adoption in video conferencing
Video conferencing is gaining traction among enterprise organizations, who are opting out of other areas of IT-related spending. Today's video conferencing, including room-based, desktop and telepresence, has come a long way from what many people remember. Ease of use, quality of service (QoS) and measurable ROI are qualities making video conferencing the one IT investment worth making.
Winning users over to video conferencing
Investing in a video conferencing solution will be fruitless unless you get employees onboard, yet gaining user acceptance of video conferencing not as easy as it seems. Here are some useful guidelines to follow to help employees keep an open mind and ultimately use video conferencing technology.
Telepresence is the next best thing to being there
Telepresence is the best video conferencing available. This article explains how telepresence looks, feels and works; identifies key telepresence providers; and provides information to help you determine if an investment in telepresence is right for your organization.