The Cloud Makes Collaboration, Communication Easier via Video
June 06, 2014
Our tech-driven society, while reliant on various messaging platforms, still craves face-to-face communication. Perhaps that’s why technology is so amazing, because we no longer require long trips to faraway destinations to meet in person. The cloud has made it easier for folks to get the face time that they need, but not just for personal reasons. Businesses, too, are using cloud-based services to take advantage of technologies like video conferencing. Now geographically dispersed staff and clients can meet without having to pony up the dough to travel, and collaboration has never been easier.
Cloud-based video conferencing has enabled companies to realize the full benefits of video: face-to-face contact, efficient knowledge transfers and a degree of personal interaction that's proven critical for businesses hoping to gain a competitive advantage.
Executives within leading organizations are seeking more elective communication strategies to support empowerment, knowledge sharing, and collaboration across the enterprise. With cloud-based video services, companies establish more productive working relationships without impacting travel budgets, and reinforce leadership capabilities by increasing individual exposure, accelerating sales and service productivity.
Cloud communications is the power behind many technologies that have made for better collaboration all around. The intangible cloud has shown up in mobile management, CRM, call centers, music and photo sharing and a bevy of other software solutions. The main benefit the cloud comes with is its cost savings.
Solution providers like CoreDial help customers deliver, manage, and invoice for high quality, private labeled cloud communication services including Hosted PBX (News - Alert) solutions, VoIP, SIP Trunking, and Unified Communication products. Because it’s in the cloud, service providers can deliver all the good stuff that goes along with cloud communications without having to invest in costly hardware.
The cloud is not only good for saving money; it’s good for the bottom line, too. Cloud computing can improve profits while reducing expenditures.
By using information more effectively, the teams behind the technologies come together. It takes fewer people to do more work on a cloud, with a minimal learning curve on hardware and software issues. With solutions like CoreDial, efficiency, simplicity, and the ability to get up and running quickly make it an attractive option for businesses that need something that is always on, always there, no matter what.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson