You’d be forgiven for thinking that the use of video in the workplace is all about video conferencing - patching in colleagues from remote locations in a bid to reduce travel time and costs.
So your business has meeting room technology - video conferencing, integrated projectors, whiteboards and more – but how can you be sure you’re getting the most value from it?
Why does it pay to support your employees in the use of their own tablets, smartphones and laptops and how does it benefit your business?
We all have mobile devices. Multiple devices. In fact, you’ve probably got several within easy reach right now, and chances are you’re reading this on one too.
Negative reactions to new workplace technology result in poor user adoption. High user adoption comes from user-friendly systems and employees that understand their benefits.
The success of consumer technology can be attributed to the focus its designers have placed on the user, making it simple and intuitive to use at every stage.
We all know that digital devices have changed our lives, making us more productive, communicative and collaborative, so why is it such a different story at work?