Video Conferencing in the Era of Remote Working
Posted: Sep 18, 2020
If you live under a rock for the last six months, it is obvious that even after the pandemic has receded, remote work and dispersed teams are here to remain. Although some employees are slowly returning to workplace settings (office or otherwise), it is just on-ramp to the road from anywhere to many. Those permanently hybrid in/off teams need the means and equipment to collaborate and work as efficiently and probably as much as before.
Indeed, Ira Weinstein of the analyst firm Recon Research presented data during his virtual Enterprises Connect 2020 session showing that 89 percent of the IT now use video conferencing to communicate for work more than once a week, up from 48 percent of pre-pandemics.
Videoconference has become an aspect of rigor for work and social life as people hunker down in their homes around the world to prevent the death of coronaviruses. Teams rivals including Google, WeConference, Cisco, FaceBook, and Zoom will provide online video and meetings services.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to most employees being employed at home and apps such as WeConference, Google Duo and many others have become popular for both official and informal purposes. Many schools and universities have also started online student lessons, but internet access is still a problem.
WeConference and Microsoft lead the way
Although Microsoft and WeConference have achieved a big rise, all Cloud Telephony providers have seen an increase in customers. For several Microsoft teams, the best way is to incorporate them seamlessly into workflows in corporate communications, since this is already included in Office 365. WeConference has proven to be popular for Video Conferencing between friends and family members in addition to its use in the workplace. In the first two months of 2020, the business is expected to have added more customers and maybe even greater the rise in April-May.
With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, the usually busy streets, malls, educational institutes – schools, colleges, coaching centers, academies, universities, and Governments across the world are exercising caution due to social distancing or quarantine and looking for efficient audio and video communication tools to continue doing their work official business meetings and studies over video conference.
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