Sure, ROI calculators help distill anecdotal evidence and analyze cost savings associated with travel, but it usually goes something like this: total hours spent traveling + cost of hotel, rental car, and food divided by the number of meeting hours. Well, at least that’s one version.
No matter the final number, the ROI total savings on cost of travel is only part of the story. Calculating the true ROI of video conferencing combines facts with real-life tangibles to help you understand and quantify your investment.
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
With more and more employees spread around the globe, IT teams face a
conundrum: how to secure an increasing amount of data traveling outside
the network while preserving workforce productivity in an increasingly
interconnected and global market. It’s up to IT decision-makers to protect
and secure company data in a way that promotes user access without imposing
overly restrictive or cumbersome device policies. When it comes to protecting
data on laptops and mobile devices, several key factors are essential for today’s
Today, working remotely has never been easier, due to the ubiquity of mobile devices and reliable Internet connectivity. The ease with which a worker can get connected to the corporate network delivers the impression that your co-worker is down the hall, when in fact they are traveling internationally. Global Workplace Analytics’ research shows that increasingly, working remotely is not only commonplace, it is encouraged and has shown to improve productivity.
With software as a service (SaaS) you are integrating an external service, hosted by an external party, with your internal systems. The SaaS integration is a matter of connecting the clouds and well-articulated interfaces defining the data that is traveling back and forth. With the right integration strategy SaaS integration can be simple, straightforward, and easy. Moreover, it can position your IT organization to effectively leverage SaaS and migrate from one SaaS solution to another to avoid vendor lock-in. Read this information white paper to understand the things to consider when developing your integration strategy.
Published By: Egencia
Published Date: Apr 03, 2012
In an effort to learn the challenges and concerns of travel managers across a broad spectrum, we interviewed Travel Managers from across North America. The findings have been complied into this study: Voice of the Customer.
With software as a service (SaaS) you are integrating an external service, hosted by an external party, with your internal systems. The SaaS integration is a matter of connecting the clouds and well articulated interfaces defining the data that is traveling back and forth. With the right integration strategy, SaaS integration can be simple, straightforward, and easy. Moreover, it can position your IT organization to effectively leverage SaaS and migrate from one SaaS solution to another to avoid vendor lock-in. Read this information white paper to understand the things to consider when developing your integration strategy.
More and more employees are working remotely or traveling around the world to meet with colleagues, customers and partners. Jobs are no longer tied to a specific physical location, and people have come to rely on devices such as mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and laptops to stay connected and productive.
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Business travelers in the U.S. will take close to 500 million trips in 2016. That means, every day, nearly 40,000 people are booking ground transportation¹. Meanwhile, a stream of devices and applications are emerging to help travelers get to their destinations in more efficient, safe, and affordable ways. This constantly-changing landscape can leave your team lost, fighting other business travelers for space and trying to keep up with the best apps. And lost is the last place your team should be, especially when they’re traveling for work.
Seven out of 10 business people today prefer meeting online over traveling to meetings, according to the CBS Small Business Pulse.1 With this overwhelming preference for virtual meetings, it’s no wonder that top marketers are using online meetings to boost ROI on their activities
Businesses increasingly have more remote workers. Whether working remote full-time, part-time or just while traveling for business, these workers rely heavily on their own mobile devices to stay connected, yet they still need to stay connected to their teams for meetings in their office. Now, more than ever, there’s a strong demand for a video conferencing solution that can provide a simple and instant connection from the office to the home and on the go. Download now to learn more!
How we communicate in the business world is changing. Businesses increasingly have more remote workers. Whether working remote fulltime, part-time or just traveling for business, these workers rely heavily on their own mobile devices to stay connected to their teams, as well as to participate in meetings. Now more than ever, remote workers want (and expect) face-to-face interaction—and they want a seat at the meeting. There’s a strong demand for a video conferencing solution that can provide a simple and instant connected experience from the office to the home and on the go.
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Mobile devices and applications are quickly becoming as important and widespread in the enterprise as PCs and traditional business apps. Thanks to the consumerization of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, the workplace has expanded beyond the office and even the home to wherever the user happens to be. Traveling executives and Millennials alike expect to communicate, collaborate and access their important work applications and data from anywhere on whatever device they choose.
When evaluating the pros and cons of DSL and cable modem Internet access, enterprises should factor speed, cost, installation, consistency and security into the decision-making process. While the right access choice is a function of location, availability and service offerings, DSL is often the better option for remote workers, satellite offices and traveling employees.