Headphones on and then off again. Pick up the receiver and then hang up. Usually things have to move quickly and work smoothly during conferences and also be in outstanding voice and image quality. But that’s not always the case. It’s annoying and not exactly conducive to positive collaboration. Does that sound familiar to you?
In many companies, employees will use an assortment of devices for voice and video conferences, switching back and forth between landlines, cellphones and Skype. This is an obstacle to communication. When you have to keep things moving between various participants, bridge long distances and communicate in a range of languages, it would certainly be easier if all these things needed only one tool or device (mobile phone, laptop, PC, etc.). This solution can eliminate potential trouble spots, improve connection quality and significantly facilitate mutual collaboration.