1.How Video Lets Teams Work Better (and Spend Less)

- Sep 05, 2017-

September 4th, 2017 Scott

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There’s no question that video conferencing improves workplace communication exponentially over chat, audio or email alone by adding in quality face-to-face interaction.

Below we’ll explore how it all adds up: how Tenveo video conferencing arms employees to work efficiently from anywhere, using fewer communication tools — yielding big returns for IT.

 

More remote work = higher demand for communication tools.

As a result of digitization, today’s workforce is increasingly spread out. With that comes the need for more travel, more communication across distances, and more tools for collaborating digitally.

It’s easy to observe how business travel and commuting can negatively impact employee morale: jet lag, transit time, and lack of access to company resources are a few. But on a larger scale, the costs of travel for businesses can be immense when factoring in expenses like flights, cabs, trains, hotels and meals on the road.

Because more people can perform jobs digitally, more people expect to work from anywhere. At least 50 percent of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with teleworking at least part time. And 43 percent said they would choose having the option to work remotely over a pay raise. But more remote workers means there’s a higher demand for tools.

Today let me show you a product, it can facilitate collaboration and communication across distances

TEVO-VX10U-HD

1/3" HD color CMOS senor,2.1 mega effective pixels,1080P/30video output (1980*1080),It ensure high definition, while focusing on meeting the needs of the screen fluency.

 

This camera is suitable for video capture desktop level of small to medium conference rooms and the collection of personal desktop video. It can be "seamless docking, Polycom PVX_8.0, Cisco WebEx series" and other video conferencing software.


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