Has video conferencing crossed “The Chasm” to the mainstream market?
Author Geoffrey Moore, is probably best known for his book, “Crossing the Chasm”, in which he describes the stages of adoption a technology must go through if it is to be used by the vast majority of people. The Chasm, is a critical section in the “Early Adopters” stage where a technology either makes the critical leap or never makes it past the “Early Adopters” stage.
Does Too Much Collaboration at Work Hurt Productivity?
The global architecture and design company, Gensler, recently released it’s 2013 US Workplace Survey and most workers struggle to work effectively. A Toronto paper picked up the story with a headline stating, “Too much collaboration at work hurts productivity.” Does this mean that your organization should not strive for more collaboration? No. It means that if you don’t strike the right balance, it can lead to unwanted and potentially negative results.
5 Myths of Telepresence and what they mean to your business
What’s the difference between collaboration and telepresence and what do they mean to your business? We know creating authentic communication and collaboration isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” industry. Here are 3 Important Reasons for Debunking Myths of Video Conferencing – It gives users a way to gauge their investment, readers can take stock of any preconceptions they might have and it helps people to make good decisions when developing a technology roadmap for the next five years.
Rule #1 for Video and Firewalls: Say NO to Helper Services
Firewalls are probably one of the biggest peace-of-mind purchases that an enterprise will make to ensure it’s secure from the outside world. More comprehensive firewalls offer a vast suite of tools and features to make the life of the administrator easier by automating as much of the process of security management as possible. When it comes to video conferencing technology, the lion’s share of firewall solutions are not as video friendly as the feature set suggests.