Face-to-face, or screen-to-screen?
In my opinion, face-to-face communication is often the best way to get things done. My teams show consistent productivity when they can get together and sync up on projects. However, getting all of them into a conference room is more cumbersome and costly than it used to be. Workforces are becoming steadily more globalised, and because of this, we need to look at other solutions.
Videoconferencing seems to be the answer. More and more organisations are adopting video tools into their communications strategies; it’s a revolutionary way for rapidly globalising workforces to collaborate. Users can interact with each other faster than ever. And, more pervasive use of video doesn’t end with just your workforce—it also allows better collaboration with partners, suppliers, and consumers.
Video offers a great value for its dollar throughout your organisation’s communication chain. So, how do you develop videoconferencing and implement it into your organisation?
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