Thanks to the internet, long gone are the days of telegrams, carrier pigeons, letter writing, and even telephone calls. The majority today’s communication takes place somewhere in “the cloud” via apps, email, and even video chatting. Whether it’s on a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop, the internet has created the ability for constant, world-wide communication, and it’s impact on business is undeniable. Thanks to advancements in web conferencing, your face-to-face meetings can be held at anytime, anywhere, and for a fraction of the cost of a plane ticket.
According to a study by Frost & Sullivan, 55% of high-performing companies use a web conferencing solution. Similarly, a 2013 study by Forrester Research revealed that 15% of US & EU IT workers were using mobile web-conferencing solutions for work-related communication. As mobile usage continues to grow and evolve, web conferencing will undoubtedly play an even bigger role in workplace communication. In order to help you identify the right web conferencing solution for your business, we created a comprehensive Guide to Web Conferencing.
In this e-book, you’ll learn the ins and outs of web conferencing. With capabilities far beyond a basic video connection, there’s a lot to consider before deciding on the right web conferencing solution for you.
Download the Guide to Web Conferencing to gain insight on topics like:
- Capabilities of Web Conferencing Systems
- Benefits Expected from Web Conferencing
- Web Conferencing Hosting Alternatives
- Free (or Near-Free) Web Conferencing Services
- Web Conferencing Trends