Episode: Is video conferencing worth all the trouble?


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Is video conferencing worth all the trouble?
Today, most video conference calls are full of pauses, delays, garbled audio and unusable interfaces. Last year a Gallup Poll found that 70% of employees around the world work remotely at least once a week.

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