It’s 2019, and let’s face it. We’re pretty used to everything being instant. If a new browser tab doesn’t open in 3 seconds, we’re double clicking, refreshing or opening up a new tab in the meantime. If we’re downloading an app on our smart phone, and the spinning wheel of death just doesn’t want to stop spinning, we’re already hitting the factory reset. If our emails aren’t coming through within moments, we’re automatically ransacking our settings, scouring our junk mail and cursing. Does this paint a picture of modern times or what? We’re used to technology unfolding at the speed of light. In fact, we expect it!
From car rides to overseas delivery to “message sent”, the faster our stuff gets to and from us, the happier and more productive we can be. Enter video conferencing. How we previously managed to stay on top of tasks seems unfathomable! And how strained it must have been to keep in touch with remote employees overseas. Oh wait, that probably didn’t happen very much, and if it did, it was the cost of the flight and the accommodation that didn’t make it very appealing for the bosses to agree on.… Read more →