Recently your husband has been busy with a couple of case studies about cell growth and development, utilizing some of the latest in stem cell research. And while your husband is busy in his part of the biomedical field, you continue on your career that includes cancer research treatment options. And while it may seem that your two fields vary in their focus and their intent, the ability to be able to use your computers for the purposes of video conferencing means that in at least this one way your jobs are very similar.
Whether you are an engineer or a radiologist who reads x-rays from home, the ability to use both video conferencing and audio conferencing likely allows you to easily connect with both customers and clients and both resources and researchers. With the use of a computer, in fact, many people are able to work from their home or any other remote location that is convenient. Additionally, computer presentations can help workers in all fields present their findings, discoveries, and offerings to both current and potential clients.
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Every week of every single year, there are conferences that are used to disseminate information in all kinds of fields. The fact that computers can be used for virtually every kind of communication process means that working from home allows you to communicate with resources and clients around the world. Consider some of this data about the importance of digital communication in today’s business world:
- 50% of conference rooms will be video enabled by the year 2020.
- 90% of remote employees indicate that video helps them feel more connected to their colleagues.
- 70% of contact centers indicated that they planned to expand the use of virtual agents by the year 2015.
- 80% to 90% of the U.S. workforce indicates that they would like to telework at least part time, according to Global Workplace Analytics.
- 36% of the U.S. workforce indicates that they would like to telework at least part time, according to Global Workplace Analytics.
- 50% of the U.S. workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial tele-commuting.