It could be quite transformative, as Zoom was. How could we have survived as a society in the pandemic without video conferencing?
But video conferencing existed for 30 years before the pandemic started.
One of the things we got to see at Woven was what percentage of meetings were video conferencing-enabled and how that was trending from 2016 to 2020. There was this very clear adoption of video conferencing technology over those four years, and when the pandemic began, you had 10 years’ worth of adoption in one month. And it hasn’t gone back. Everything went virtual and even when we've had attempts to reopen, video conferencing has at least been there as an option for some people. So there are moments when a technology becomes crucial, but I also agree with what you're saying. It's not like the technology was invented for the pandemic. It already existed, it just needed that catalyst.
That's a very interesting point.
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