Video conferencing growth expected to continue

Businesses using video as a communication tool is expected to rise throughout 2013 and 2014.

downloadA unified communications market report from Canalys shows enterprises of all sizes have been driven towards video conferencing technology following the continuous success of consumer tools like Skype and Apple’s FaceTime.

Implementing video conferencing into a business has previously proven to be problematic, expensive and even a security concern. The developments in interoperability and bandwidth mean video is now of a higher quality, more resilient, and importantly more affordable making it available to everyone.

Also supporting the rise in video usage is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) which has been adopted by many businesses. Employee’s using tablets and Smartphones with front facing cameras encourages the use video communication and makes collaborating with mobile users simple and productive.

People are naturally using video in their professional and private lives. Video is considered by many as the preferred method of communication over email and phone calls. Collaboration is no longer just a buzz word. People are constantly communicating and sharing information, even whilst on the move.

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