How the workplace will change once this pandemic is over and the world goes back to normal is yet to be seen. But it’s likely that the new normal will include a shift in employee and employer preferences and the expectation of a more virtual workplace. Perhaps the trickiest aspect of the virtual workplace will be how companies engage with their clients and prospects
A more virtual workplace will mean a change in operations. Even if the majority of workers are still in the office, some methods, meetings and events could shift to virtual, resulting in a combination of advantages and challenges.
Operating in a virtual manner can create efficiency. However, it does present obstacles in terms of the capacity of audio-visual systems and infrastructure to sustain the digital load and in areas like employee engagement and culture,
AV Systems aren’t just relevant during a public health crisis. The effects of the virus have made it obvious that remote work and efficient, touchless operations has a place in modern business no matter the context
People who never gave a thought to technology in the past now understand its power and the capabilities of audio-visual systems. One thing that’s become certain is audio-visual systems will play an important role in whatever we’re facing in the future, even in areas we once thought impossible or never expected. Areas such as telemedicine, court proceedings, remote workforce solutions, and client engagements will all now rely on audio visual solutions both in and away from the office. The need for conferencing and unified communications will require entities to adapt and quickly push forward with audio-visual strategies.
The need for servicing audio-visual systems through remote service and monitoring allow end users the flexibility to increase uptime while minimizing foot traffic at their facilities. Even the way audio-visual systems are purchased can help in the post pandemic era to managed budgets through the AVaaS (Audio-Visual as a Service) model.
Is your company prepared?