Study: Video Conferencing Gaining Traction
Steadily improving quality of experience, falling costs drive adoption.
San Francisco February 3, 2010 A recent survey of more than 1,200 business professionals in the United States, Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong revealed that video chat/conferencing is rapidly being adopted worldwide, for business and personal use.
The survey, conducted by Research Now and sponsored by Global IP Solutions, indicates that business professionals across multiple industries are adopting video in an effort to communicate and collaborate more clearly and effectively.
"The results of this survey underscore the increasing value of video in business communication," said Joyce Kim, Chief Marketing Officer at GIPS. "With demand for Unified Communications and desktop video conferencing on the rise, video quality issues such as delay and freezing must be addressed in order for users to effectively connect and collaborate."