How companies are adapting to new video-conferencing solutions

Video-conferencing is nothing new – but it is becoming a more important aspect of business

6th November, 2016
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Gary Hopwood, general manager of Ricoh Ireland

With the prevalence of Skype, FaceTime, and Google Hangouts, video-conferencing software is nothing new to either the consumer or the business circuits. With a new, tech-savvy generation beginning to enter the workforce, videoconferencing is becoming a more important aspect of how business is being done. Though the concept has been around for years, organisations are still finding new ways to communicate through video telephony.

The driving force behind the developments may be that often talked-about...

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