The Future of Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is a tool used for more than just holding meetings. It’s a business communication device that allows for the sharing of ideas, projects, marketing materials, and other important information. As it becomes more common, here are some factors to consider in the future.

The Cloud

Cloud-based video conferencing comes with features that are undeniably beneficial to businesses. The subscriptions are more affordable than other available options. You’ll also benefit from greater flexibility as cloud-based systems have become much simpler to integrate into your existing communication network. They also provide the necessary security to keep your sensitive data confidential and safe.

Key to Collaboration

In the future, video conferencing will play a key role in collaborative efforts rather than being an option. It makes collaboration more efficient, whether team members are in the same building or working from different locations. It speeds up the ability to speak to key players while allowing face-to-face interactions. These face-to-face interactions minimize miscommunication and errors while enhancing the sense of synergy.  

Greater Mobility

Recent technological advancements are allowing greater mobility in business communications. For example, more businesses are adopting bring-your-own-device policies as video conferencing applications are becoming more accessible via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. It virtually eliminates the limits of business communication as face-to-face meetings can take place from anywhere.

More Common Use

The use of hosted video conferencing is becoming more common in business communication. It’s an option that allows smaller businesses to operate on the same levels as larger corporations. Furthermore, it improves productivity by providing more opportunities to work from home and while traveling. If your business works with freelance professionals, it helps to bridge the gap between those professionals and your core staff.  

Younger Workforce

A survey conducted by Redshift Research reports that 87 percent of the millennial workforce is seeking to work with a business that has video-conferencing capabilities rather than a traditional office. In the future, to continue to attract a young workforce, companies will have to keep up with the technology that these professionals are accustomed to using in their personal and professional lives.

Delta Intellicom for Your Business Phone Needs

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