Video Key to Coronavirus Business Continuity Planning

Video Key to Coronavirus Business Continuity Planning

Video Conferencing

Coronavirus business continuity calls for video to support remote work mandates. Learn the benefits of video conferencing and best practices for video meetings among remote employees.

The speed and scope of the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has forced organizations to respond quickly to disruptions in travel and enable employees to work from home. As a result, closures and remote work strategies, which include increased use of video conferencing, continue to grow.

Organizations that already allow remote work or are mandating it due to coronavirus are looking to meeting applications that integrate audio conferencing, video conferencing and screen-sharing into a single unified app as a minimum basic requirement for business continuity.

Is your IT organization prepared for the impact of the coronavirus? This guide offers IT leaders in-depth information to help develop and implement their pandemic response plan.

Study shows meeting application growth
Even before coronavirus hit, Nemertes’ 2019-2020 Workplace Collaboration study showed meeting application adoption is growing rapidly. The study — based on data gathered from more than 630 organizations in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia — showed 51.3% already use a meeting application, while another 29.2% plan to adopt one by the end of this year.

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