A new Frost & Sullivan whitepaper was shared by the Polycom Video Conferencing division that shows how video can be used by businesses to gain a competitive advantage.
Click here to check out the tips in Video Collaboration in a Virtual Workplace that explain:
- Benefits of Video Collaboration
- Power and Value of Video shown in Frost & Sullivan data
- How to Match Technology to Business Needs
- How to Choose a Video Partner
Trust in a Virtual World
The Frost & Sullivan research shows that fact-to-face meetings are more important than ever.
You need to trust who you’re dealing with in a virtual world. Using video allows you to “read body language and facial expressions and deepen [your] relationships” in a way that’s cost-effective.
Additionally, “Video collaboration can also be a boon to corporate training, saving employees and trainers time, and delivering content on demand as needed.”