This IDC study is based on IDC's EMEA Enterprise Communications Survey 2015 and focuses on attitudes and trends to videoconferencing in the region's enterprise business market. It provides an insight into general trends in videoconferencing technology adoption as well as the adoption and use of specific technologies and features, including endpoints, platforms, and managed services. The study also discusses the structure of benefits perceived by current users of videoconferencing technology in EMEA companies, and it concludes by outlining key future trends and suggesting recommendations for both customers and market players in the region.
"The videoconferencing market in EMEA is a dynamic one, and it offers a lot of potential for video solutions, service providers, and their customers. The growing role of video in business collaboration is undeniable as businesses and workers seek more meaningful ways of collaborating in the face of shrinking travel and operating budgets. To take advantage of the market, it will be necessary for vendors and service providers to take into account specific video needs that vary by region, country, company size, and industry," said Melissa Fremeijer, senior research analyst, EMEA Communications and Collaboration.
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