by StarLeaf | Booth: 11-C120

The monster in the meeting room is eating your productivity Traditional video conferencing systems can end up being more of a hinderance than a help, severely impacting the productivity of everyone in an organization. At the very worst, staff could see video conferencing systems as a productivity trap, rather than as a useful platform helping them to collaborate with their colleagues.

Our recent survey of IT decision-makers revealed, UK employees participate in 26 video conference calls a month on average, and that 90% experience problems when first trying to connect. This is a staggering figure and these challenges can really eat into an employee’s working day. The ideal scenario is for people to enter a meeting room, instantly join a video conference call and share their laptop screen, without interruptions.

It’s time for businesses to free up IT department resources, simplify communications and give users a better experience. People want and need to be able to get on with their jobs and collaborate with their colleagues.