Preparing for Impact:

How to Manage the Explosion of
Desktop and Mobile Video Conferencing


How to deal with connecting tens of thousands of devices with a wide range of connectivity, equipment, and environmental variables

In this videocast, you will learn:

What the different categories of solutions are and the pros and cons of each

Why desktop and mobile videoconferencing are a growing priority for businesses

The videoconferencing market is going through significant change marked by the explosion in video-enabled desktop and mobile devices and associated ability to attend a face-to-face meeting from anywhere. As organizations look to enable their employees with desktop and mobile videoconferencing they have several categories of applications to choose from. Each of these has tradeoffs in terms of video quality, interoperability, capital investment, and simplicity of use -- both for employees and for IT.

Join us for this videocast to understand the options how you can future proof yourself and stay ahead of this movement.

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Philipp Karcher

Analyst, Forrester Research 

Phil serves CIOs with research on social business & collaboration, video, office productivity, and technology's role in the workforce experience. Phil is also a key contributor to Forrester's Workforce Technology Needs Assessments -- a survey-based methodology to help IT professionals save money and improve workforce technology use.


Common scenarios and key considerations for each solution model