Many organizations make a significant investment in visual collaboration systems only to find that the predicted return on investment is far short of their expectations. People have been given the coolest and newest productivity tools around but for the most part do not use them. Some even complain that it is harder to conduct business than before the investment and changes.
While collaborative communications equipment and systems can enhance productivity and improve the quality of life for all, each choice of system and/or technology does not solve the same problem or work the same way. How do you get people to effectively utilize these systems? How do you establish and grow a significant ROI? How do you establish and maintain high user satisfaction metrics?
Join Dimension Data?s industry experts Scott Cruikshank, David Danto and Mitchell Hershkowitz as they present critical information to address the challenges of enterprise video adoption. In this eSeminar, you?ll discover proven approaches to:
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