Many businesses have successfully capitalized on the latest mobile technology and communication tools to reimagine how and where employees work. Today, we can conference with clients, colleagues and service partners from anywhere. It’s hard to build a case against flexibility—unless it means taking a hit on revenue.
InterCall recently released a study that looked at mobile conferencing statistics and surveyed 500 professionals about their experiences with mobile conferencing. Read our overview of the study and view the infographic here. The study picked up a lot of traction among the business community and inspired posts on:
I found it interesting that of all the great information in our study, most people were focusing on the stranger aspects of it, like the weird places people take a conference call and the unusual things they do while on a one.
To view the full size infographic, scroll to the bottom of this post and click the image.
Mobile Conferencing Connects Employees to Work from Everywhere
As the workplace has changed thanks to new conferencing and collaboration tools, so has the way employees communicate with their co-workers and clients. Being at work doesn’t necessarily mean being at the office anymore. The same can now be said for attending work meetings. Since nearly every employee has access to a smartphone or tablet, meetings can be taken from home, the beach, an airport—pretty much anywhere employees find themselves.
Are fears about security holding you back from establishing a reliable mobile conferencing solution in your enterprise?
Does the fear of sensitive company information traveling around wherever your employees roam keep you up at night?
Picture this: you are standing in line for a coffee when your cell phone buzzes, informing you via push notification that people are waiting for your important conference call to start…what do you do?