Video conferencing technology doesn’t have to be an enigma. Video conferencing doesn’t have to be considered more of a hassle than traveling a considerable distance (and spending a considerable amount of money) for a 10 a.m. meeting. Video conferencing doesn’t have to be the “if-we-could-ever-get-it-working-properly” technology in your place of work.
For decades, video conferencing technology has had an enormous amount of potential while simultaneously being an enormous, and sometimes embarrassing, situational burden for end users.
Well, not anymore.
Video conferencing technology has gotten much easier to use in recent years.
Manufacturing companies specializing in telepresence technology and video conferencing technology have focused on answering the concerns of end users; they focused on executing User Experience (UX) above all else.
Today we have some excellent video content from our manufacturing partners over at Polycom regarding the topic of userexperience (UX) in regards to telepresence and video conferencing technologies.
Thanks for the excellent content, Polycom!