On-Demand Webinar: Preparing for New Age Video CollaborationOn-Demand Webinar: Preparing for New Age Video Collaboration
Videoconferencing is fast becoming the new norm for team conferencing and collaboration. Find out what the shift to videoconferencing for team communications means for you and your customers.
Date: Oct 6, 2023
Move over, audioconferencing — videoconferencing is quickly becoming the preferred method of team communication and collaboration. That’s according to a Forbes Insights report, sponsored by Zoom, in which 80 percent of respondents said they preferred videoconferencing for internal teams. That number rose to 84 percent for collaborating with external stakeholders or partners. This webinar will look at how enterprise attitudes toward video collaboration have changed, what organizations have learned about using these tools effectively and what users should be considering when shopping for video endpoints today
In this Channel Partners webinar sponsored by Konftel you will find out:
What industry trends have impacted the change in attitudes toward video collaboration
By order of importance, what are the most significant capabilities in a video collaboration environment
How those capabilities shape the requirements for video endpoints
Michael Finneran is a principal at dBrn Associates, a full-service advisory firm specializing in wireless, mobility and UC&C. Services include research, policy development, purchase analysis and security/ technology assessment. Finneran is widely recognized in the networking field, where he has worked for more than 40 years. He has published numerous research reports and white papers, and has provided technical assessment, market analysis and network design support to carriers, equipment manufacturers, investment firms and end users.
Fredrik Hörnkvist has been with Konftel for 14 years, the last 10 as sales director for North America. His experience in international sales, marketing and business development is in the fields of technology, telecommunications, UC&C, mobile and wireless connections.
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