There are obviously a number of basic video conferencing apps that are available for mobile devices, but there is the added possibility of roping in personal devices to your enterprise video conferencing system. Remote employees can join and participate or view video conferencing sessions straight from their mobile devices, on the go. This means remote employees don’t need expensive equipment to stay in touch, and they can stay on the road even during large, important video conferencing sessions. Video capture technology can also serve to save these sessions for later viewing across personal employee devices.
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