There is no doubt that video collaboration is an increasingly essential business communications tool. According to a study, business Internet video use is projected to grow more than 30% annually through 2018.
Yet many companies are not sure about how to go about choosing the right video conferencing solution for their use.
One of the most paramount considerations while choosing a relevant video system is integration with the company's existing unified communication and collaboration solutions.
If a company has developed its communications infrastructure on a piecemeal basis with siloed solutions, it will cause frustration for IT managers who will be tasked to get the pieces to work together. Therefore, a video solution should be flexible enough so that participants can join from different devices, ranging from a fixed desktop to a smartphone. The solution should also offer the same rich benefits as a voice user with features like extension mobility, call forwarding and voicemail.
There are four key factors to consider when you embark on your video collaboration journey.
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