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Enterprise Connect - 2022

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Video 2025: How Smart, How Good, and How Common?

Ira Weinstein  (Founder & Managing Partner, Recon Research)

Chris Rowen  (VP of Engineering for Collaboration AI at Webex, Cisco)

Scott Wharton  (VP & General Manager, Video Collaboration Group, Logitech)

Ilya Bukshteyn  (Vice President, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft)

Shawn Rolin  (Head of Technology, Zoom)

Beau Wilder  (SVP / GM - Video Collaboration, Poly)

Location: Osceola B

Date: Monday, March 21

Time: 9:00 am - 9:45 am

Pass type: Entire Event Orlando - Get your pass now!

Track: Communications & Collaboration 2025

Session Type: Conference Breakout Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Whether your workers are back in the office, working from home, or living the hybrid lifestyle, one thing hasn't changed - their need for high quality, easily accessible video conferencing. But is the "everyone in a window" video experience we know so well good enough? Savvy companies are asking how they can take their video communications to the next level to differentiate themselves and gain a competitive edge.

In this session, the industry's leading video analyst will discuss the future of video with thought leaders and rainmakers in the conferencing and collaboration space. They'll examine how AI will improve and even revolutionize the video experience; how quality of service is likely to evolve in the future; and where in the enterprise you'll be expected to deploy video capability.

You'll come away with a framework for building (or improving on) your strategic plan for video conferencing over the next three years.

Takeaways:

  • What will video conferencing be like in 2025?
  • Will the need / demand for meeting room video increase or decrease over time?
  • Will video make its way to common areas (cafeterias, open spaces, etc.)?
  • Will video contact centers become the norm at some point?
  • What types of innovation will we see in video conferencing? Is it all about video and audio quality?
  • What role will AI play in the future video collaboration experience?
  • Will multi-camera meeting rooms become prevalent in the enterprise?
  • Is there really a role for VR in day-to-day video conferencing?