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Videoconferencing is a practice that is quickly becoming a necessity for many enterprises. Whether it be connecting with remote employees at home so that they can join the meeting, speaking with company partners in different parts of the country, or pitching to clients and customers that don’t have the time to travel to your office for a presentation, videoconferencing can make or break your enterprise’s every day operations.
Setting up a videoconferencing system isn’t as easy as staring into your laptop and using the built in camera to connect through a free program. This is a fun and easy way to stay connected with family and friends, but insufficient connectivity, dropped connections, and slow bandwidth can cause for choppy and frustrating conferencing. This can lead to situations where parties are misheard or misrepresented. In the worst of scenarios, it can lead to a deal going bad and a loss of a large amount of potential capital.
There are many factors that you should consider when incorporating a videoconferencing system into your corporate offices. Tech Decisions has compiled a list of seven considerations to keep in mind when choosing the correct videoconferencing solutions for your enterprise.
This article was originally published by our content partner Corporate Tech Decisions.
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