Video conferencing is projected to be the preferred method of remote collaboration for 2016, according to a Polycom survey of more than 1,200 IT decision-makers. Federal IT leaders find that it provides a viable option for agencies as travel budgets shrink and scrutiny of large, face-to-face government conferences continues.
A 2012 study by the Telework Exchange found that federal employees could save 3.5 hours a week, on average, by using video conferencing. Technology Insights, a new app from CDW, can help agencies find best practices and strategies for making video conferencing a success. Learn more by scanning the app's QR code below or clicking here.