Video conferencing guide

Tandberg

Video conferencing affects the way that business is conducted across an entire organization.

With video, you can interview job candidates remotely, enhance telework programs, get real-time feedback from suppliers straight to the manufacturing floor, record training sessions and CEO messages and much more.

Today, organizations use video for more than just meetings from conference room to conference room. Video can be a very personal experience when people at all levels of an organization can choose the solution appropriate for them and participate in video calls on their schedule.

Tandberg has developed this guide to help you put together the right elements of a video communication solution, ensure user adoption and measure your postimplementation success.

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