ICE is changing the way the corporate world interacts – with ever more weight being put on video as a service and conferencing in the cloud, can businesses afford not to migrate? This final blog in our VaaS series looks at the ease with which moving an on-premise video conferencing strategy to the cloud, how quickly ICE can be implemented and why it is the best choice for the workplace of the future.
So, you’ve done your research and have decided that Video as a Service (VaaS) is a step in the right direction for your business. Integrating your existing communication methods with the contemporary services on offer can seem like a minefield. Videocall can consolidate your communication technologies for flexible communications anywhere.
Welcome to part four of our Video as a Service (VaaS) series, where we delve into the subject and offer an insight into video as a service and how it can be implemented into business strategies. In our previous blogs, we looked at what VaaS is, why it is a firm favourite in the corporate world, and how it can help businesses realise new avenues of collaboration. In this article, we dispel some of the apprehension around video conferencing and associated service plans so you can understand why it is fast becoming a staple in the workplace of the future.