Why Your Video Conferencing Solution Should be Mobile-Friendly

Posted by Phil Bowers, Senior Marketing Manager on Sep 5, 2018

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If you are looking to build or expand a video conferencing solution, it’s imperative that the platform you build is able to support mobility. This not only offers the utmost flexibility to support an increasingly mobile and remote workforce, but it also creates a future-proof investment that will easily support the next generation of video collaboration solutions.

Workforce mobility is no longer a trend or a vision-of-the-future, it’s a central tenant of modern business. It allows businesses to access and utilize the best talent anywhere in the world and to do so in a way that is convenient for both the employee and the company while actually saving money. Because of this, workforce mobility is not only great for large businesses but allows small-to-medium sized businesses to expand their resources to compete with anyone.  Industry experts are predicting that 50-75% of the global workforce will be remote within a decade, which shows that employers are adopting this idea and job-seekers will soon expect remote working options.


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Topics: Video Conferencing, mobile video conferencing, Remote Workers, cloud video conferencing, hybrid video conferencing

Keeping Remote Workers Connected

Working Remotely and Staying Connected

Remote workers all over struggle with building strong working relationships with their teams. Although technology has evolved and working remotely is more popular, face-to-face interactions are still crucial in building trust and fostering strong connections. That’s why more and more workers are relying on communication technology to create and help strengthen effective working relations between remote and onsite teams.

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Topics: Remote Workers, Video Conferencing, Unified Communications

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