With the shape rise in video conferencing as a response to Covid-19 and more people working remotely having the right VC solution has never been so important. With limited face-to-face meetings and non-essential travel restrictions, it‘s safe to say videoconferencing in 2020 has come to the rescue of businesses as a means to keep remote workers connected, teams aligned and the project’s moving. Whatever happens in the future VC is here to stay and will be a vital part of business communications. All businesses will need to embrace virtual meetings, invest in their meeting spaces, user hardware and be ready to embrace VC.
Videoconferencing or teleconferencing replaces face-to-face meetings with a far more efficient and cost-effective alternative while keeping dispersed workers connected and aligned. But having a videoconferencing set-up that works isn’t as easy as it sounds. By its nature videoconferencing is dependent on a number of IT and user variables and can be littered with frustrating problems.