Before COVID-19 changed everything, collaboration technologies were starting to hit their stride, but adoption was well behind where the vendors thought it would be. The technology has long been enterprise-grade, but the value proposition has taken time to be properly recognized. As awful as the pandemic has been, it has created an unexpected boom in our space, and while that has been good for business, the new normal has created new challenges for both buyers and sellers.
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Driving Forces in the Telecom Industry
Despite the lightning speed at which new technologies are becoming available, enterprises can be notoriously slow to adopt them in their telecom environments.
Updated 5/29/2020 with Twilio (two entries)
Updated 5/19/2020 with Clarity Wave
As a response to the coronavirus or COVID-19, the “new normal” is remote work, or work from home (WFH). With recommendations to enforce “social distancing,” many organizations are telling employees to work from home, while schools and universities are closing their doors and turning to videoconferencing or distance learning.
In this Executive Insights podcast, BCStrategies' Kevin Kieller and Jim Burton are joined by Patrice Empeigne, VP Technology, Embrava.
There is no time like a crisis to consider the future. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call for the importance of the cloud in support of, or as a replacement for, on-premises communications and customer service systems. The explosion in cloud-based meetings and collaboration services over the past two months catapulted all of us at once into a future that is more cloud-dependent for connecting and conducting business. Across the globe, meetings and collaboration usage has exploded. Usage of Cisco’s Webex Meetings Platform has surged 24 times.
BCStrategies provides a wealth of information to help decision-makers in their buyer’s journey for collaboration solutions, and hopefully that’s why you visit this portal, as well as why you’re reading my analysis right now.
Remote work has become the new normal, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s likely that this forced “remote work experiment” will result in long-term changes in perception about remote work and its effectiveness.
In the meantime, here are some best practices for managing meetings and remote workers for your consideration.
This white paper has been developed as a result of over 35 years working as remote, telework-enabled professionals, and Abstract has been made available to BCStrategies readers. It will hopefully give the reader an idea of the challenges, pitfalls, benefits and rewards to allow employees to work from their mobile, home and remote offices.
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