Growing the value of video conferencing by fostering a culture of adoption

Business video communications and conferencing has been around for some time and, despite becoming more affordable, reliable and a higher quality experience, its adoption is neither uniform nor universal in the same way that other forms of communication have become. Current users of video conferencing have been surveyed to analyze how video culture varies between organizations

An Introduction to the Basics of Video Conferencing

In the next few years we shall see explosive growth in the use of video conferencing as a fundamental tool for businesses to enhance communication and collaboration between employees, partners and customers. The technology has developed considerably from early adopters to its current form of mass market roll-out. It’s anticipated that nearly half of information

Revolutionizing the Future Workplace

A variety of technological, demographic and cultural forces are converging at this unique moment in history and stand poised to revolutionize the workplace of the future. Customers are demanding the ability to access the marketplace from anywhere, anytime and on any device; newer employees now expect the flexibility to collaborate continuously with customers and co-workers;

Helping The Business Work Smarter, Not Harder

IT is constantly being challenged to find new ways that technology can help businesses do more with less. Today, delivering cost savings is table stakes. IT must find new ways to get business done faster and better — not just cheaper. IT can move beyond cost containment and become a strategic business partner through innovative

How the World Defies Distance

The work place is continuing to evolve and communication technology is playing a major role in driving this transformation. Forward thinking organizations are no longer constrained by office or country location. This survey found that respondents believe video conferencing has become one of the most effective technologies in the world for enabling face-to-face or human collaboration

The “BRAIN” Model of Intelligibility in Business Telephony

There are times when there is no substitute for being understood on the telephone. Well before 1937, the limitations of the telephone in accurately conveying speech were known. Irregular and limited bandwidth, noise, variations in end-to-end loudness, sidetone, and distortion had all been identified as contributors to degradation of the spoken word. In 1910, Campbell

Audio Electronics and the “Mobile Phone Buzz”

In the past, when you were in a conference call, it probably felt like any other telephone call, except you had the advantage of hands-free, high quality audio. Nowadays, as more and more complex mobile devices make their way into the hands of business executives and consumers across the globe, the dynamics of the conference