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As the need for high-quality health care spreads across the world, developers of telepresence technologies are attempting to keep pace with the rising desire for remote medicine.
As inclement winter weather settles across the northeast regions of the U.S., the ability to commute safely to and from work has become a concern for most employers.
The evolution of robotic telepresence is making it easier for physicians to reach a broader range of patients without having to physically travel to them.
The ability to telework has provided corporations with the new, flexible schedules and increased savings on office real estate.
As unified communications (UC) is often used to augment inter-office interactions and to provide corporations with unique methods for collaboration, it’s important for IT managers to ensure that these technologies are updated regularly.
Businesses that leverage a flexible work-from-home solution enable their employees to participate in an innovative and stress-reducing alternative to office work.
As unified communications (UC) expands into new industries, businesses are beginning to integrate the big data prowess of social media networking into their collaborative digital architectures.
As the work-from-home phenomenon continues to draw support from the unified communications (UC) industry, it is becoming easier for businesses to provide their employees with flexible scheduling options.
As work-from-home options become more popular in enterprise scheduling, it’s important for decision-makers to consider how their office dynamics should change.
As telework continues to gain popularity in the enterprise landscape for its ability to raise employee morale and reduce the costs of office-related overhead, more businesses are adding a work-from-home solution to their scheduling options.
The evolution of unified communications (UC) technologies has positioned the UC as a service (UCaaS) market to become a rapidly growing sector.
Federal agencies that are adopting telework strategies are seeing increased benefits associated with employee productivity and morale.
As enterprises continue to search for new ways to simplify personnel interaction, the unified communications (UC) market is broadening its scope to include more collaborative technologies.
As federal agencies continue to incorporate telework into their employee management solutions, improvements in morale and productivity are consistently being touted as the benefits of these strategies.
Telework is becoming a popular strategy for businesses as advances in mobility and Web-based unified communications (UC) tools continue to provide the necessary infrastructure for adopting these solutions.
Telepresence has become an invaluable resource for in-need individuals who cannot otherwise receive quality health care.
As health care becomes more integrated with the Internet, it is becoming more possible for telemedicine to gain momentum as a new standard in the lives of patients.
Advances in unified communications (UC) are providing companies with the tools they need to adopt flexible scheduling options, such as telework, in place of in-office strategies.
Technology has opened the door for employees to perform for their companies without physically being in the office.