Do you use video to reach remote employees? Take our survey

A new survey seeks data on how companies tap video to stay in touch with employees.


Have you ever used video to bring employees together at remote locations—or considered doing so?

A new survey by Qumu and Ragan Communications is seeking information on how companies are staying in touch through video.

With more and more employees working out of office, video is playing an increasing role in the way companies do business, says Stacy Nawrocki, marketing director at Qumu, which produces enterprise and business video and webcasting software.

Video helps communications among employees “who are always moving around. They’re in different geographies. They’re in different time zones,” Nawrocki says.

The survey delves into attitudes, beliefs, and hesitations about using video to communicate with coworkers, managers, and dispersed teams. Qumu plans to publish a full analysis of the results in a whitepaper June 14.

The company says the survey will reveal where business use of video is going this year and beyond. The survey should take only three minutes to complete, Nawrocki says.

Click here to take the survey.

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