I’m often presented with the question: how do virtual interaction and annotation compare to face-to-face video chat for remote support? This is an important question, and so I’ll try to paint a clear picture of how the two are similar, as well as different.
Remote support isn't just the way of the future - it's actually here today. Lately, a few scrappy companies have decided that they, too, agree. Here’s a quick look at two of them, and why they’ve decided remote support is a paradigm worth investing in: