Is BYOD implemented in your workplace?
A recent study by the International Data Corporation (IDC) reports that the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market in Asia Pacific will continue to grow in the coming years as more enterprises across the region are looking at implementing BYOD to increase mobility in their organisations. On the other hand, 60 percent of the surveyed organisations said they already have a mobility policy in place to cater to BYOD.
What all these boil down to is that your video conferencing platform must be able to support a wide range of devices with varying operating systems. With cloud-based video conferencing, your colleagues can easily connect with each other using any device, no matter where they are. Plus, you do not have to worry about ensuring that all your users' devices are integrated into and supported by your system because your cloud provider will do this for you.
If you answer yes to these questions, then it's likely that your organisation would be better off with a cloud-based video conferencing solution. It is great way to increase productivity and stay connected with colleagues, customers and partners. It is cost efficient and easy to set-up, use and maintain. Now the more important question -- is your organisation ready for cloud-based video conferencing?
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