Offices – where many of us spend the majority of our waking day, and a very large chunk of our lives. We generally spend more time per day with work colleagues than we do with our loved ones back at home. Therefore it is important that we see our offices as somewhere that we can not only work, but somewhere where we can be comfortable and relaxed enough to carry out our daily activities. After all the employees are the most important part of a business, so improving the workplace surroundings will lead to increased productivity and morale.
Topics: Workplace of the Future
Businesses who grow through acquisition and merger often need help with revising their unified communications strategy.
In many cases, those businesses who were early adopters of video conferencing invested in room-based systems are now finding that it isn’t practical to simply add more room-based systems. They want to enable users to take advantage of video conferencing outside the boardroom, and yet still benefit from the investment they have already made.
A new strategy is needed – one that encompasses both room-based systems and other platforms.
Furthermore, for those businesses who grow through acquisition and merger, this need can arise and need fixing in a short time frame.
One of our customers, Britvic, is a great example:
Part 3 of 3 blogs on the changing nature of the use of video conferencing
We see a lot of companies selling the idea of video conference cloud services that are little more than a virtual meeting room on the internet, or an intranet. We are not here to name names, but if companies approach you selling this idea then please tell them how it should be.