Traditionally, video conferencing has taken two forms in the enterprise: large conference rooms equipped with expensive equipment that requires ongoing IT support; and simple, inexpensive desktop solutions for peer-to-peer meetings. But today's employees need a third solution-one that supports small group meetings, whether they are ad hoc or scheduled, in an office environment.
With the goal to help IT and business managers immediately see results-and achieve a measurable return on investment, this Frost & Sullivan paper highlights:
- The need for video-enabled huddle rooms in the modern workplace
- Three key steps to consider when looking at huddle-room solutions
- Best-practices recommendations for choosing a provider
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