While video conferencing can offer significant, measurable benefits to companies and their employees, all video conferencing solutions are not alike. To ensure adoption, a successful deployment and implementation - and to maximize return on investment (ROI) - managers must choose their video conferencing tools wisely, matching the right technology to the right use cases.
This business brief from Frost & Sullivan highlights:
- Key elements you should look for in a video conferencing system, such as ease of use or interoperability
- Various telepresence technologies, from room-based systems, to PC-based applications and mobile apps
- Best-practices recommendations for identifying and working with a video solutions provider
- And much more!
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