For many businesses, utilising Skype for Business for its video conferencing capacity can have a multitude of benefits. However, ensuring a smooth adoption of the platform and its features is imperative if it is to become an effective tool. We’ve decided to look into how Skype for Business can be adopted as part of existing workflows and its integration with the Videocall ICE platform.
When the word millennial first began being used, it signalled a new atmosphere around work. This new demographic encouraged a paradigm shift in the way society approaches the world of work. The rise of millennials in the workplace may have directly influenced the adoption of new technology; here, we look at how the millennials favourite medium – video chatting – has made its way into their daily environment.
The whole concept of the corporate office and the 9-5 working pattern has adapted almost unrecognisably in the past decade. So much so, in fact, that it will be a tough task explaining to Generation Z that we didn’t always start at 10am, that we didn’t always work from wherever the nearest Wi-Fi connection was, and that video collaboration was not something that every business did. Here, we look at how the workplace has changed and how the adoption of Skype for Business, among other web-based communication advancements, has developed employees’ ability to work together.