Remote-working looks to continue post coronavirus epidemic lockdown, with many organisations adopting a hybrid work model. Video conferencing is becoming the default way people meet if they’re not in the same room.
In the past, meetings for the majority meant physically attending a workspace at the office with only one or two joining remotely. With the current situation and new safety guidelines being enforced, the likely change is only a few people able to be in the physical meeting space and the majority joining remotely.
High quality video with communication tools, Unified communications (UC) platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams enable meetings to continue making it easier to connect colleagues and customers. They have helped to bridge the gap enabling staff to work together in different locations and on different devices.
Smart Presentations support a wide range of hardware and software technology to help remote workers stay productive, and solutions to connect on-site and remote workers.