Why are Users Creeped Out by Video Conferencing?

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1519392503248{padding-top: 18px !important;}”][vc_column][edgtf_elements_holder holder_full_height=”no” number_of_columns=”one-column” switch_to_one_column=”” alignment_one_column=””][edgtf_elements_holder_item item_padding=”0 50px 0 0″ item_padding_680=”0 0″ item_padding_1280_1600=”0 0″ item_padding_1024_1280=”0 0″ item_padding_768_1024=”0 30px 0 0″ item_padding_680_768=”0 20px 0 0″][vc_column_text]Does VC stand for “Video Conferencing” to your users, or does it stand for “Very Creepy?” For IT organizations tasked with rolling out video conferencing AND trying to get return on their investment, changing the tide on user adoption can seem daunting.

On this episode of ‘On the Air’ we discuss the main misconceptions and misuses that makes video conferencing seem creepy, and how to train around them and boost your user adoption. An IT pro from the Spiceworks Community and an expert from Logitech lead the discussion.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text][acvta custom_title=”Why Are Users Creeped Out By Video Conferencing?” tag_format=”%vid_title% – Watched %vid_percentage% %watched_time%” video_type=”youtube” video_id=”Ixw0Y4QdEpQ” video_perc=”1,5,10,20,30,50,70,100″ video_width=”640″ video_height=”360″ event_name=”Watched Video” align=”center” autoplay=”1″ nopause=”0″ add_contact=”0″ hd=”1″ rel=”0″ showinfo=”0″ controls=”1″ email=”{URL_email}”][/vc_column_text][/edgtf_elements_holder_item][/edgtf_elements_holder][/vc_column][/vc_row]