The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way companies use these services. With social distancing measures still used sometimes and remote work becoming the norm, companies have increasingly relied on AV tools combined with video conferencing to facilitate communication and collaboration among employees, clients, and partners.
Some specific ways in which COVID-19 has changed the use of audio visual services and video conferencing include:
- Increased reliance on remote collaboration tools: With many employees working from home, companies have turned to remote collaboration tools like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet to conduct virtual meetings and keep projects moving forward.
- Virtual events and webinars: The pandemic had forced the cancellation of many in-person events, leading companies to host virtual events and webinars using audio visual services to connect with their audience. The in-person ecosystem will never come back to it’s former glory
- Improved audio and video quality: As the use of audio visual services and video conferencing has become more widespread, companies have invested in improving the audio and video quality of their tools to ensure clear communication.
- Enhanced security measures: With the rise of remote work and virtual meetings, there has been an increased need for enhanced security measures to protect against potential data breaches and cyber attacks.
- Greater flexibility: The use of audio visual services and video conferencing has allowed for greater flexibility in terms of work schedules and remote work arrangements, allowing employees to work from anywhere with an internet connection.
Overall, the COVID-19 pandemic had accelerated the adoption of audio visual services and video conferencing by companies around the world, leading to a new era of remote collaboration and virtual events. These changes are still advancing, but peoples expectations are far higher.