Video conferencing has become ubiquitous, and not just in the enterprise. According to Brockmann & Co's research, mid-market companies hold video conferences 20% more frequently than other segments. What's more, their study suggests that video conferencing will dominate "as the business communications tool of choice in the coming decade." This makes the task of finding a video conferencing platform that fits your needs that much more important. And with many options, choosing the right one can be a bit complicated.
This infographic from Compare Business Products illustrates seven key comparison points and how they relate to one another. Should you go with a standalone or integrated platform? Host it on-premise or in the cloud? Should your users access it through hardware or software?