Video conferencing offers an embryonic example of the impact of this new generation of consumerised IT, with employees using increasingly sophisticated technology to master the day-to-day processes of business life. And part of this process is communicating and establishing a relationship with the colleagues and peers who are working alongside us. A failure to communicate on this basic level can result in social, workplace and even financial repercussions.
Indeed, video conferencing today is already actively transforming the ways in which we work. It is empowering employees to work flexibly and on the move, removing the need for costly and often inconvenient office-based meetings; it negates the need for expensive (and carbon-heavy) air travel; and it tempers the inconvenience of time zones. Actually, being able to do business via video is one of the most fundamental and liberating changes to
business that we’ve seen for generations.
The issue now is educating people on how to use this wonderful and incredibly useful technology. One of the greatest challenges is that the human element of the equation isn’t entirely comfortable with it.
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