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Workplace Video Conferencing Reinvented

WORKPLACE VIDEO CONFERENCING REINVENTED MEET FACE-TO-FACE ANYPLACE WORK Video conferencing has long promised to change how we communicate, but most people are still waiting for a good solution for widespread video conferencing in the workplace. The tide is finally turning thanks to a new breed of cloud-based services that deliver great experiences across devices at a fraction of the cost. Why Do We Need Video Conferencing Anyway? 1. Distributed teamwork is the new norm 87% MOSTANI 52% of people work on distributed teams. think their tools don't support distributed teamwork.1 people work on 3-5 teams at a time. 2. Global mobile worker population is nearly 40% of the workforce 3. 60%-90% of communication is nonverbal (depending on the situation) 4 40% 2015: 1.3 billion 2010: 1 billion 2009: 850 million 2004: 650 million2 4. Multitasking kills meeting productivity 92% People said they are least likely to multitask on video calls vs. phone calls, web conferences and even in-person meetings.5 of people admitted to multitasking during meetings (survey).5 5. Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce by 2020 VALUE 45% 64% e flexibility, team cohesion, and supervisor support & appreciation. will choose workplace flexibility over pay.6 would like to occasionally work from home. 66% k 96% want to talk face-to-face about career plans and progress.7 would like to shift their work hours. Workplace Video Conferencing Reinvented Major changes are driving greater adoption of workplace video communication: NEW Cloud-based service with apps Available across devices, desktops and rooms Simple Easy click to call: it just works Low cost, subscription pricing Flexible for broad use cases Connected to tools you use Share anything and collaborate on content Rapid innovation based on actual usage TRADITIONAL • Hardware-based systems • Limited to conference rooms • Required IT support • Complicated remote controls • Very expensive investment • Limited features • An island among other tools • Limited content sharing Slow innovation based on power user requests host and join Workers use a variety of devices for video conferencing 11%. 65%! 34% 33% desktop PCs and notebooks. tablets. smartphones.3 group room video systems. 39% G0% 60% 39% of workers surveyed reported using video conferencing on the road (airport, hotel, client site, etc.) at least once a month.3 Up to 50% of conference rooms will be video-enabled by 2020.8 Organizations can save up to 50% moving from traditional video conferencing systems to cloud solutions. 6 Video Conferencing Value Companies that leverage video conferencing see important benefits: Increased employee engagement Improved team productivity Faster decision making Higher profitability More effective meetings Experience the new world of cloud video conferencing free at HD voice, video and content across devices, desktops and meeting rooms. fuze SOURCES: [1] Collaborative Strategies, December 2014 [2] International Data Corp. Worldwide Mobile Worker Population 2011-2015 Forecast; 2005-2009 Forecast [3] Wainhouse Research, The Real Benefits of Video [4] The Nonverbal Group, "How Much of Communication Is Really Nonverbal?" [5] Fuze, "The High Cost of Multitasking" [6] [7] PwC's NextGen: A global generational study 2013 [8] Aragon Research, Web and Video Conferencing: The Hidden TCO Gold Mine, July 2014

Workplace Video Conferencing Reinvented

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Video conferencing has long promised to change how we communicate, but most are still waiting for a good solution for widespread video conferencing in the workplace. The tide is finally turning thanks...




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