You might be aware of the changes in workspaces.
Spaces are being redesigned, work tools and data storage are turning digital, mobility and remote work are becoming regular. People are encouraged to collaborate spontaneously and to exercise their creativity like never before. We are no longer confined to isolated cubicles with only one telephone to communicate with the outside but are, instead, integrated in dynamic open spaces.
Unless you work in a company from the 19th century where digitalization is still seen as unnecessary, you have contact with web and mobile applications and – even better – terms like BYOD (bring your own device) or Internet of Things (IoT).
Thanks to technology and mobile devices, workspaces can be carried with us to anywhere in the world, which demands the possibility of real-time communications. Digital workspaces somehow replicate the physical ones – you must be able to communicate as immediately as if you were in an open space. We mean voice, video and content sharing.
Internet has overtaken the workspace and molded the way people interact and collaborate with colleagues and customers. Software requires less and less installation as a lot of web apps have been developed to be instantly accessible through browser with a login. These are cloud-based solutions created and designed to facilitate your work and save you time and patience. The apps are always being upgraded so you deal with the latest versions and still keep your content and data intact.
These new digital possibilities also affect the video conferencing usage within enterprise environments. Cloud-based video platform services are widening the access of more and more people to video conferencing in professional contexts. According to Gartner, enterprise video conferencing will increase 400% until 2019.
And why is that?
These solutions are extensions of in-house equipments or commodity endpoints, such as video cameras, screens and microphones, giving the term IoT perfect sense. These VaaS (Video as a Service) platforms provide the scalability and interoperability business demands, contributing to effectively reduce costs. They simplify connections between devices and systems – mobile, desktops or equipment-based video conferencing rooms – making it easier to an average internet user to schedule, start and manage their own video meetings without assistance.
And that is exactly what people need – simple, safe, easy to use solutions we won’t waste time trying to figure out how they work. After all, time is money!
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