What you’ll find:
- Survey responses from 150+ video conferencing IT professionals
- Industry information from healthcare, higher education, technology, finance government, and more
- Top rated solutions with simple, user-friendly experience
- Most interoperable video conferencing solutions
- Fastest growing video collaboration tools
- Top hardware video collaboration endpoints ratings
Here is a glimpse into some of the key findings:
- Microsoft Skype for Business (S4B) is the fastest growing collaboration technology for large organizations with cloud, on-premise and hybrid deployments with 41% of survey responses.
- The higher education industry is adopting Microsoft Skype for Business faster than any other industry.
- Cisco continues to be the most widely used video conferencing technology vendor. According to survey results, we’ve found they are leading in the following areas; user friendliness, interoperability, and video hardware endpoints. No matter how we sliced the data, Cisco came out on top.
- Although Cisco takes the bill, Polycom’s interoperability shines above the rest. Among participants with on-premise video conferencing, Polycom is cited above Cisco when it comes to interoperability. It’s likely that Polycom’s Skype for Business integration is a contributing factor.
- Hybrid video conferencing deployments are the most popular among survey participants. Cloud-based services are gaining more traction in the unified communication space, but many organizations continue to deploy on-premise video solutions to meet specific business needs, especially larger video environments.
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