Sunday July 12, 2020

Video Conferencing: The personal touch

The video conferencing market is shifting from large, room-based systems to smaller workgroup and one-to -one desktop solutions.

1st March, 2015

Video is poised to undergo a steep growth curve as workgroup or desktop systems find a sweet spot in businesses of all sizes. And this period of strong market adoption is characterised by technology evolution, greater industry cooperation and strategic alliances.

Niall Dunne, country manager for Ireland with Polycom sees strong growth in non-traditional spaces such as ‘huddle rooms’.

“Companies are putting video systems into the middle of an open floor area, where...

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