Video is a no-brainer to today’s generation entering the workforce. The “YouTube” generation expects to be able to use video to express themselves and communicate. This desire brings video solutions into the workplace, as resourceful employees strive to be more effective in their role using the latest tools and technologies. As these resourceful employees prove the value of video in accelerating and improving communication — and thus collaboration and innovation — their peers and managers take notice and look to adopt similar solutions. One government agency describes desktop video today as part of the fabric of their organization — but it was initially introduced as a “rogue application” by employees looking to improve communication and coordination between departments less than five years ago.
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