Enterprise video conferencing is an important collaboration tool for organizations. Increased demand for video has changed much about the features of video conferencing and its delivery.
The early days of enterprise video conferencing looked very different from the technology we use today. At its start, video was mainly relegated to large boardrooms and saw limited use within an organization, making it a high-cost tool with limited ROI. Today, video plays a much more prominent role in enterprise collaboration.
The culture of work has shifted to favor collaboration tools to support employee workflows, making enterprise video conferencing a much more valuable tool. Remote workers can video call their teams to have productive meetings that have more visual context than a voice call. Over the years, the features of video conferencing have changed — along with how organizations use the technology and the vendors in the market.