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Online meetings used by 40% of German firms - Bitkom

Monday 27 June 2016 | 10:54 CET | News
A survey by German ICT industry group Bitkom found that 40 percent of companies with 20+ employee use video conferencing and online meeting technology to talk with business partners and employees. Many German firms use so-called collaboration tools, with around 1 in 8 firms using office software such as Google Docs, Zoho or Etherpad to present documents online and process them in real-time. One in 10 firms allow workers to use Wikis for internal affairs.

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