A few reasons why videoconferencing will eventually equal and probably surpass audioconferencing in its use
Videoconferencing is increasingly becoming part of the collaboration toolkit, with plenty of endpoint, software, and service choices available — as well as the ability to support video bandwidth requirements across the network. With neither technology nor bandwidth barriers, the choice of using videoconferencing often comes down to collaboration participants.
It’s taken a while for some users to get used to the video experience. But as we communicate more frequently across multiple time zones with associates, partners, and vendors, being able to see meeting participants can aid in understanding not only what a speaker is saying but how other participants are reacting to what’s being said.