December 27, 2012


Video helps manage employees at large businesses

While small businesses may easily arrange meeting and disseminate information to employees quickly, large companies can run into schedule problems or simply not have large enough meeting rooms to handle the number of workers that need to be met with. Breaking down meetings to scale can be inefficient and take significantly longer to deliver information, so large enterprises need a better way to deliver data conveniently and quickly. For many, video may be the answer.

Video content delivery provides quick and easy access to information on the fly, and can be accessed at an employee's leisure. This eliminates issues, such as not having enough space in a meeting room or having conflicting schedules, for large businesses. It can also improve the accuracy of information, providing a single data point for employees rather than having multiple meetings result in multiple interpretations of the information.

Meeting replacement isn't the only benefit video can have for large enterprises. Improved collaboration via social initiatives, improved portability of content due to mobile trends and other benefits can all result from investing in enterprise video.

These advantages aren't limited to big companies either. Despite having an easier time coordinating with employees, SMBs can achieve a number of benefits with video as well. Video offers any business the means to make information delivery more efficient without endangering workflow or inconveniencing employees with meetings.

Overall, video is an essential tool for any modern business looking to improve operations and eliminate unnecessary interruptions in the workplace. With video, a business can look to the future, embracing technology that enhances the workplace as a whole and helps reduce other costs over time. To adopt video, a business needs the right network infrastructure, tools that can improve other aspects of workflow as well, and ultimately enhances workflow in multiple levels.