13 Oct 10

Columbus, Ohio (October 12, 2010)

Don’t let the productivity-killer sirens lure you to the “free” and “cheap” shores of unintended consequences

The devil is in the details with regard to managing enterprise audio conferencing. Conventional wisdom says belt-tightening is a good thing, and when an employee comes to a CFO with “cost savings,” he is often named “employee of the month.” So, when an employee proposes to cut the budget by using a “free” or cut-rate service, it sounds great on the surface. However, a closer look reveals such proposals to be Neanderthal. They’re two steps backward instead of one step forward. You get what you pay for. If you are not willing to pay anything, such unwillingness creates a ripple effect of unintended consequences. Do not be lured to the “free” and “cheap” shores.

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