Video conferencing is an amazing technology, and it is transforming the ways accountants, wealth managers, and financial planners are doing business.
Effective communication is at the heart of the success of any legal team. But in our post-pandemic world, more lawyers than ever are choosing to remain in remote work environments, making it more difficult to collaborate effectively. And the remote work trend for lawyers is not receding — in fact, even more firms are adopting a remote or hybrid work policy to attract the best legal talent. That means that savvy law firms must find technologies that will assist their teams — remote or in-house — in collaborating effectively with both colleagues and clients alike.
When the coronavirus pandemic struck, many consumers and healthcare professionals alike looked for new ways to gain access to necessary healthcare without compromising health and safety in crowded waiting rooms and hospitals. The answer presented itself in the form of telemedicine.
The trend toward videoconferencing has been growing over the past few years as more organizations are seeing it as the optimal way to connect with employees, remote workers, and customers.