Saturday June 6, 2020

Collaboration overtakes cost

Focus has shifted to delivering higher-quality collaborative experiences across the enterprise, writes Deirdre Cashion

1st November, 2015
Sean Holohan, managing director, Videnda

Video conferencing is a relatively mature technology, even if it wasn’t a particularly reliable one back in the bad old days of ISDN.

Large room-based systems traditionally found favour with multinational corporates or multi-site indigenous organisations, who based expensive business cases on the ability to cut travel costs and increase staff productivity.

While these very tangible benefits still hold true, the ability to deliver a more sophisticated collaborative experience at lower cost is...

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