Video Conferencing: Boomtime for video

Cutting down on travel and greater productivity are fuelling adoption of video conferencing. Ian Campbell talks to BT about the options available.

4th March, 2012
Video Conferencing: Boomtime for video
Caragh Flannery, product manager for conferencing, BT. Photo: Chris Bellew

Like all technologies, it takes a strong business case and the promise of tangible savings to drive adoption of video conferencing - especially in the current climate. Adoption is happening, according to Caragh Flannery, BT's product manager for conferencing, and it is being driven by increased productivity as well as the bottom line.

She cited a survey that claimed remote working made people 20 per cent more productive.

"That means six days work for the price...

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