Getting all attendees into one big meeting can be extremely difficult, especially when your company has multiple locations or remote employees. Taking a look into Pinnaca, we have locations and employees all over the world, but that doesn't stop us from collaborating. Here's a look into a few perks that video has brought to us internally.
Meeting is easy and personal
Video conferencing makes it easy to attend meetings or even quick personal video chats. We often gather in conference rooms, individiuals' offices or desk spaces, and even our homes to meet whenever the meeting is set to take place.
Conversations are face-to-face
All you need is a camera and a device with an internet connection, and voila, you can interact face-to-face with anyone, anywhere in the world. It's a lot more personal and gives you the ability to share expressions - something you can't share with audio alone.
Collaboration happens live, now
Sharing all of your work is really easy, especially when most video conferencing systems allow you to share your desktop or a program. Cluttered email inboxes are a thing of the past when you can create and edit in real time.
Sharing is simple
Having multiple people sharing content is hands-down one of our favorite features of video collaboration. You get active input with the creation process while providing feedback or examples on other topics. And, many services allow you to host documents online so many people can edit and no "one" person has to take the lead.
Questions answered quickly
The most dreadful part of working on any project is realizing you need someone else's input, but they aren't available to answer your questions. Video meetings allow you to simply invite them in on the exact same call you are attending, and they have the ability to see the content/project you are working on to help provide quick feedback.
See how video conferencing can help
Are you ready to get started with video conferencing, but not quite sure how to get all of your users on board? Check out our "Guide to the Unified End-User" whitepaper to learn more about supporting and engaging your users.