Videoconferencing Tag

By taking a new look at video conferencing, organizations can make their meetings more effective and keep employees from burning out. The shift to working from home has fueled a rapid increase in the use of video conferencing, with no sign of abating. Among the 476...

The workplace will not look as it did before the COVID-19 pandemic, with only 12% of organizations planning a full-time return to the office, according to Metrigy's "Workplace Collaboration: 2021-22" global study of more than 475 organizations. Less than a quarter of organizations are planning...

Take a proactive approach to avoid impairing collaboration. According to Metrigy’s “Workplace Collaboration: 2021-22” global research study published in January: 82% of companies use video for all or most meetings 87% say that videoconferencing is important or critical to business operations 71% saw videoconferencing utilization continue...

Successful companies are spending more, and are more proactive in supporting work from home. In our recently published Workplace Collaboration: 2021-22 Research Study, Metrigy looked at the characteristics of organizations achieving measurable success from their investments in workplace collaboration technologies. This global study, based on data gathered...

2020 was a year of unprecedented global disruption, but 2021 will likely usher in a new normal of hybrid work. If you had a “global pandemic” on your list of 2020 predictions, then congratulations. For the rest of us without a time machine or the ability...

COVID-19 has run roughshod on UC and IT budgets. Nemertes' recent global study of more than 525 end-user organizations found that more than 91% now support work from home, up from 63% prior to the pandemic. On average, 72% of workers are now remote, more...

Growing video sharing and streaming demand requires a proactive strategy. Image: metamorworks - stock.adobe.com COVID-19 has driven a massive jump in enterprise adoption and video use. In this related No Jitter article, I previously noted that more than 91 percent of the 528 companies we observed for our...

Organizations can realize maximum business value for investments with a proactive approach to video conferencing deployment, management and employee engagement Nemertes’ recently published “Visual Communications and Collaboration: 2020-21.” This global research study of more than 525 end-user organizations found that just 8.2% plan to return to...

The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has resulted in unprecedented changes in where and how people work.  Nemertes’ recent Visual Communications and Collaboration 2020-21 global study of more than 525 organizations found that 91% now support work-from-home, up from 63% prior to the pandemic.  Of the...

With more than 91% of organizations now supporting work-from-home, and an astounding 72% of employees now working remotely, video conferencing has become an integral part of supporting the virtual workplace. According to Nemertes’ Visual Communications and Collaboration: 2020-21 Research Study, more than 91% of participating...

Organizations are dropping their audio conferencing services in favor of video meeting platforms as they consolidate overlapping features and seek integrated communications. The modern workplace, especially during the pandemic, is increasingly built around collaboration tools, such as meeting applications that integrate voice, video conferencing and screen...