May 7, 2012
Video conferencing technology has existed for years as a productivity tool to dramatically streamline operations, reduce travel expenses and speed time to market while cutting opportunity costs. And yet this technology often goes underutilized – gathering dust in darkened “telepresence” conference rooms, when it could just as easily be on desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones of every employee in your organization.
Every science-fiction film, every corporate or spy thriller set in the very near future features some kind of video conferencing. Yet in real life, very few organizations actually use it. Why is that? Very simply, it's because people don't fully understand what it can do for them.
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