Posted Thursday July 30, 2020


The State of Video in Remote Work: Real-time vs Time-shift

Communications report looks at the benifits and barriers of communication via Video applications

Vidyard and Demand Metric released a new report to understand how organizations and business professionals are using video while working remotely, what non-traditional use cases have emerged, and what impact video is having.

The following report shares insights from more than 300 study participants.

Key findings indicate:

• 87% of respondents are using more synchronous video than ever before and 55% of respondents are using more asynchronous video than ever before.

• 94% of real-time, synchronous video users report they’re encountering challenges or barriers to using it effectively.

• 64% of study participants who track video engagement metrics such as average viewing duration are more likely to report they’re satisfied with the value they’re getting from video.

• Study participants who are satisfied with the tool they use to create recorded videos are 88% more likely to report an increase in revenue over the past 90 days.

• More than 50% of study participants report they’re now recording and sharing on-demand, asynchronous videos to communicate with customers and employees and collaborate with colleagues.

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