Efficiency. Effectiveness. Productivity. These are staples in any business professional’s life along with any corporation or organization and increasing any of these allows people to accomplish more goals in less time. The benefits are enormous for organizations; from lowering costs to increasing sales, customer service and employee satisfaction.

There are always tips and tricks for increasing productivity; in fact a recent article from the Huffington Post discussed 12 habits of productive people which included breaking the chain to email and having a system for getting everything done. But how can organizations as a whole become for efficient? Well, here are our top four habits of highly productive organizations:

The benefits of video conferencing are undeniable and technological innovations have made video more accessible and easier to use than ever. Unfortunately, some organizations are finding it difficult to drive usage and adoption of these solutions among their workforce.

We created the below infographic to illustrate some of the key elements of an integrated approach to adoption. This not only ensures more users will embrace the technology but it will also make achieving a great ROI possible.

To dig deeper and to understand some of the best practices and key areas to consider, download the whitepaper as well.

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Advancements in video conferencing technology have continued to propel its usage and adoption. Cost of ownership along with different interoperability barriers have decreased while ease of use and scalability have increased.  It’s no wonder that 76% of respondents in a recent survey conducted by Polycom and Redshift Research say they use video solutions at work today while 56% of those users participate in at least one call per week.

Video conferencing is quickly becoming the “go to” tool in business today. Check out the infographic below for other interesting facts from the survey including top dos and don’ts during video calls.

Social collaboration is about the casual interactions among colleagues, business partners and even customers that enable creativity and drive innovation.  When an organization embraces social collaboration, interactions come alive and innovation can explode across the business!

We created the below Infographic to illustrate the power of social collaboration and the innovation that is possible when people are given the tools and environment to work together.

After you take a look at the Infographic, read our new white paper: Driving Innovation Through Social Collaboration.

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Collaboration means different things to different people. But at the end of the day it’s all about connecting people and giving them the ability to work together. The need for these types of connections continue to grow as workforces become more global and dispersed.

When people are connected they can share ideas, brainstorm on new initiatives, collaborate on deliverables and so much more.

We created the below infographic to highlight the many forms that collaboration can take, what some of the benefits are, where collaboration happens and the tools available.