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Video Conferencing (VTC), Collaboration, AV and Telepresence White Paper Archive
Technology can have an immeasurable impact on the culture of an organization while at the same time providing quantifiable benefits such as reduced costs and greater efficiency. Visual collaboration technologies are changing the way people interact in their daily lives with colleagues, partners, and customers.
When organizations embrace collaboration across their workforce, something truly remarkable occurs. Individuals come together with common goals and their collective power can accomplish far greater things than each individual on their own. This whitepaper highlights a few aspects of social collaboration that are important for an organization’s success.
According to the Cisco Visual Index study, video will account for nearly 90 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2013, and 60 percent of all online video will be consumer video—up from 32 percent in 2009. This informative whitepaper created by our partners at Cisco, focuses on how a holistic approach to integrating video within organizations can positively impact business and operations.
The next great wave of growth is the Internet of Everything. More people, processes, data and things are connecting. Creating compelling experiences, new markets, greater efficiency and more. This informative whitepaper created by our partners at Cisco, outlines how IT is changing and where the growth trends are occurring.
When it comes to internal training, video collaboration simply makes sense. From overcoming internal challenges and restrictions to offering positive, measurable business results, the case is clear for any company that aims to stay at the top of its game. This informative whitepaper created by our partners at Polycom, outlines the 5 benefits of video collaboration in corporate training.
Building trust and effectively demonstrating your product are crucial to closing deals. The longer these steps take, the longer the sales cycle and the less likely you’ll close the deal. Video conferencing enables you to have face-to-face discussions with potential clients – without traveling – and increases their attention spans by an average of 52% over telephone conversations.