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The Gartner "MarketScope for Group Video Systems" evaluates 7 group video system vendors based on 6 customer-focused criteria such as customer experience, market responsiveness and track record, and offering strategy.
While video conferencing can offer significant benefits to companies and their employees, all video conferencing solutions are not alike. To ensure successful deployment and implementation, managers must choose their video conferencing tools wisely.
Download this research summary to find out the 4 reasons why video is quickly replacing print media and see how this can fit in with your organizations content strategy plan for 2014.
This whitepaper provides insight into the value of video conferencing in today's business environment, and how organizations are using visual collaboration to find new clients, serve existing clients better, and improve their bottom line.
Download this survey to learn what 5,000 business professionals around the world say are their biggest collaboration challenges--and discover the strategies they deploy to overcome them.
Download this study to learn how one organization with 24,000 Polycom voice devices and Lync Enterprise Voice achieved a 98% risk-adjusted ROI and a payback period of 21 months.
In this MarketScope report, Gartner evaluated seven group video conferencing vendors on business model, customer experience, market responsiveness and track record, marketing execution, product strategy, and overall viability.
IT managers who understand the unique requirements of audio conferencing systems and know how to avoid common audio pitfalls are an indispensable resource for their companies. In this guide you'll learn how to navigate the AV landscape, find trusted resources, understand the language, and avoid making critical mistakes.