As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, increasing the numbers of people in quarantine, it is imperative you start to implement a solution that will allow daily business activities to continue as usual. Week on week, we have seen a dramatic increase from those previously considering video conferencing as a luxury, to now becoming an essential part of their day-to-day communication.

Many businesses are facing additional travel challenges to try and prevent and contain the spread of this virus. Putting the safety of your team first has put a major strain on the day-to-day running of many businesses.

As panic continues to mount, it is important that you are aware of the safety and business continuity that video communication services can provide your team.

By introducing agile working and implementing a video communication solution, you are protecting your team and alleviating the need to travel on public transport and are therefore mitigating the risk of exposure to the virus.

At this time, using public transport is a big risk in the spread of the virus and it is imperative that at the moment it is only used when completely necessary. 

To ensure your team are safe from the virus and still able to fulfil their role, it is important that you provide them with a robust solution that will enable them to work from anywhere and communicate with their team over any internet connected device.

What does communicating through video mean for businesses?

Closing your office or working from home in order to prevent the spread of the virus, can actually mean an increase in productivity and business whilst keeping your colleagues safety at the heart of your organisation.

Using the right video conferencing technology will enable your team to connect with each other from anywhere and they will be able to share and collaborate on their work as if they were in the office together. Robust solutions ensure business continuity and will offer you greater simplicity for your employees, to help keep them engaged and present, when they can’t physically be present. 

What communicating through video will enable you to do:

Check the latest update from the World Health Organization and the National Department of Health.

If you would like to learn more about our video communication solutions and how implementing an agile working solution will help enhance your organisation, then we would be delighted to arrange a demo with you. 

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