The easiest way to save on business travel costs or reduce emissions is to stay put, but that doesn't have to mean killing collaboration. Once primarily seen as a travel replacement tool, remote conferencing now is "truly pervasive," according to Frost & Sullivan.
The technology serves a "broad range of internal communications as well as B2B and B2C use cases," according to the research and consulting firm's 2018 report. Frost & Sullivan expected spending on such technology to reach $11 billion by 2023.
Down market from expensive, immersive systems, desktop and mobile apps . . .