Hybrid Work Compels Businesses to Drive Equitable Meetings

Hybrid Work Compels Businesses to Drive Equitable Meetings

Technologies that Support Engagement and Interactivity Gain Prominence

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07-Jan-2022
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Research Code: K709-01-00-00-00
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The pandemic was a great equalizer with everyone being remote. Mass adoption of video meetings, chat, virtual whiteboarding, and group messaging kept everyone productive and fully connected. Everyone had the same presence and an equal voice during video meetings. As people return to the office, there is a growing challenge of keeping the same leveled playing field when some people are face-to-face in meeting rooms and others join online. Hybrid meetings change the stakes for all. Supporting both in-office and remote workers requires fostering a new business culture and investing in the right set of communication technologies. Recent enhancements in meeting services and audio video intelligence are helping address the concerns around equitable meetings while giving managers more visibility and control into remote work. The growing relevance of meeting equality has prompted technology providers to develop feature sets that enable optimal audio, video and content collaboration experiences for hybrid meetings.

Author: Roopam Jain

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Hybrid Work Compels Businesses to Drive Equitable Meetings

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The pandemic was a great equalizer with everyone being remote. Mass adoption of video meetings, chat, virtual whiteboarding, and group messaging kept everyone productive and fully connected. Everyone had the same presence and an equal voice during video meetings. As people return to the office, there is a growing challenge of keeping the same leveled playing field when some people are face-to-face in meeting rooms and others join online. Hybrid meetings change the stakes for all. Supporting both in-office and remote workers requires fostering a new business culture and investing in the right set of communication technologies. Recent enhancements in meeting services and audio video intelligence are helping address the concerns around equitable meetings while giving managers more visibility and control into remote work. The growing relevance of meeting equality has prompted technology providers to develop feature sets that enable optimal audio, video and content collaboration experiences for hybrid meetings. Author: Roopam Jain
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Author Roopam Jain
Industries Telecom
WIP Number K709-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9705-C1,9610,9656