Video conferencing is key for communicating and collaborating in the modern workplace, but its utility doesn’t end there. Here are four unexpected questions you can answer from simple assessments of your company’s video conferencing habits:
Interactivity of remote employees
Ask: Are remote employees engaged? Better yet, are remote employees happy?
According to a Gigaom report, 89 percent of remote employees say video helps them feel more connected to their colleagues. And, 82 percent of video users are less likely to multitask on a video call than an audio call. By measuring your video conferencing usage among remote employees, you maintain a better grasp on remote employee happiness, success and performance.
IT Impact (ROI)
Ask: How impactful are your IT solutions on the whole?
Some initiatives of CIOs and IT managers are difficult to track, but video conferencing service usage among employees doesn’t have to be. Using a video meeting service that’s centrally managed allows you to demonstrate the impact of your decisions by providing direct and measurable statistics on the use of your systems.
Having a central control panel allows you to measure and monitor meetings from afar, track historic usage trends, and see usage distribution among users and endpoints. This allows you showcase real utilization numbers and determine ROI over time.
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