Many companies are now using video conferencing extensively in their offices, but the real challenge comes when trying to engage an increasingly remote workforce. Visual communication like video conferencing can be a great value to an organization, but how do you extend that value to homeworkers and telecommuters?
Traditional video conferencing could be too expensive on this scale, in terms of both the investment of time and resources necessary to installing the video equipment and educating the users. Instead, a desktop solution would be a better fit. Desktop video conferencing can be run on a typical broadband network and integrates with audio and web conferencing services for full service collaboration. And with video equipment designed for the individual user, training and adoption costs can be much lower.
Our relationships with industry leaders such as Cisco, LifeSize, Polycom, and TANDBERG give us an inside track on the latest product developments, and we’re ready to work with you to make video conferencing easy, reliable and cost-effective.