Infographic: Video conferencing -- dos and don'ts

Polycom recently commissioned a global survey of 1205 business decision-makers in 12 countries on the usage of video and its potential future.

The survey found more than three quarters of decision-makers (76 per cent) are now using video conferencing at work, with 56 per cent of video users taking part in video calls at least once a week.

The survey found in Brazil, India and Singapore that number jumps up significantly, as more than two-thirds of respondents in those countries use video conferencing at least once a week.

The below infographic gives more details on the findings,as well as some dos and don'ts from survey respondents.


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