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The remote workforce is growing and many companies find that allowing their employees to work remotely increases productivity. Staying connected is an essential component of efficiency and video chat is a popular communication tool. Not only does it provide face-to-face contact, but video chat also enhances remote workers’ feelings of connectivity and engagement. With the growth of video chat as an important means of communication, it makes sense that companies need strong and reliable video chat interfaces. A well-designed video chat API (application programming interface) can help employees to bridge their distance gaps and maximize productivity without the stress of dropped calls or slow loading times.

A video chat API should run smoothly. After all, technical difficulties can cause time-consuming delays. Many times, technical problems fall under the category of packet loss. Some symptoms of packet loss include glitchy video, interrupted or lost audio, and slow loading times. Packet loss happens when packets of data are sent via a network, but they never reach their destinations. Faulty or congested networks are often the culprits for packet loss; however, a good video chat API can function well in a variety of network conditions. When searching for a reliable video chat platform, companies should look for a solid API that can perform on a variety of platforms including MacOS and Android, as well as on a variety of devices. Companies should also look for a video chat program that provides reliable, real-time communication. Video chat has the potential to greatly enhance remote workers’ connectivity and productivity, so it should be a seamless experience for everyone involved.

Chris McdonaldTechnology
The remote workforce is growing and many companies find that allowing their employees to work remotely increases productivity. Staying connected is an essential component of efficiency and video chat is a popular communication tool. Not only does it provide face-to-face contact, but video chat also enhances remote workers' feelings...