In business, as in life, there are two occasions you should meet in person: the first time you meet someone important, and when you have something significant to celebrate. For everything else, there’s video. So why do we use email to deliver our important messages?
In an effort to make it simpler to participate in and manage your video meetings and calls, you might have seen we've added new functions to our web app. And alongside functions such as being able to mute your camera or microphone before joining a meeting, we updated the user interface for a simpler user experience.
In days gone by enterprise video primarily relied on large, expensive hardware systems installed in physical conference rooms. This tended leave videoconferencing communications traditionally centered around rigid, carefully planned scheduling and physical conference rooms.
The ability to create an environment that stimulates real innovation and productivity is vital for any business today. Effective collaboration tools are becoming ever more vital to helping teams succeed.
Because videoconferencing has traditionally been anchored in fixed video systems installed within physical conference rooms, it's usually more associated with scheduled communications, where hosts and guests have the time to organize their attendance with plenty of notice. Monthly board meetings, or weekly updates? Great. Unplanned or emergency scenarios? Not so great.
This past week, Videxio was awarded the Gazelle prize for the Akershus district of Norway. This is a prestigious prize, which is given out by Dagens Naeringsliv, the largest and most influential financial newspaper in Norway.
Video collaboration has made a huge impact on the way we do business and interact with people across the globe. Now, it’s making waves in the education sector. It's changing how - and where - students learn, offering opportunities in spite of income barriers and across geographic borders.
In this short article CEO, Tom Erik Lia, explains the vision that led to the foundation of Videxio and invites you, as we expand the team, to be part of that vision - to put video at the heart of every conversation!
While large companies can use HR-targeted video collaboration solutions to connect remote offices and workers, video also benefits small- and medium-sized businesses to cut costs, improve outreach and motivate employees to achieve strategic business goals.
Business managers are more concerned with how video meets their business goals than how it works. Common business challenges that video conferencing helps solve are improving operational efficiency, controlling costs, and improving customer service to gain competitive advantage.
The time has come to turn over a new leaf when it comes to videoconferencing, and it starts by delivering the video people not only want, but also the video they need so they can leverage the power of video communication to be a more connected and more productive organization.
Interoperability is a checkmark item for serious users of today's cloud videoconferencing solutions and is the key to unlocking the true potential of visual communications. Large, medium, or small, any business today requires a solution that works well with their pre-existing tools, as well as the tools of their partners and customers.
With important information to be shared and data to be collated, we communicate better when we don’t only hear or see, but we experience both together. Cloud empowers organizations to deploy an affordable and scalable infrastructure that ultimately makes video easy and creates more personalized, more meaningful engagement.
It's like we finally arrived. Perhaps nothing has truly changed the way video is used and perceived more than cloud. Dan Newman explains why cloud is the ultimate tool for allowing video to be utilized in the way that makes the most sense to each and every organization.