- 75 per cent of enterprises use multiple vendors to provide telephony, some have five or more
- Over 70 per cent of users leverage a combination of two or more communications devices
- Communications without borders key - on average 40 per cent of all enterprise voice traffic ends up in a group conference call, the percentage increases for larger organizations
- Quality of service highest requirement over and above external collaboration, mobility and global access
- 66 per cent of end-users slow or late adopters of emerging tech, highlights need for legacy integ
Read a review of Logitech GROUP, which Wainhouse Research calls a “shining star” and a “no-brainer” for video conferencing solutions.
Read a review of Logitech SmartDock, the secure meeting room console designed for the Skype Room System.
Check out this infographic from Wainhouse Research to see what's working and what's not in video collaboration for huddle rooms.
Video conferencing seems to be going through a major change. Over the past year, the focus has moved from expensive board and conference room systems to end user device implementations and peer-to-peer video. From the popularity of Skype video, Apple's FaceTime, Lync video, and WebRTC, much of the focus is now on how to deliver video across a variety of devices. Even companies like Vidtel and Blue Jeans, who have focused on integrating a variety of room systems, have even more focus on devices. And BYOD promises to extend that to all of our devices.