Thirty years on & Video Conferencing has come a long way.
With personal Video offerings like Skype and Facetime, we’ve gotten a taste for face-to-face communications. Business interest is following suit.
High definition and better audio. Technology improvements are happening all the time to make Video Conferencing a more lifelike, face-to-face experience.
A combination of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, higher bandwidth availability, higher powered devices and development of Video Conferencing apps are making Video Conferencing on-the-go a viable option.
The primary driver of Video Conferencing, saving money has always been a business motivator. As the costs of Video Conferencing are coming down, interest continues to grow.
Vendors have been putting significant effort into simplifying both the set up and use of Video Conferencing with new user interfaces and intuitive to use menus, making it easier all round for businesses.
Heading towards a totally Unified Communication (UC) solution, it is now possible to integrate Video Conferencing with other UC systems such as Microsoft Lync.