It’s a trade-off. Expensive, last-minute airfares, long ticket lines and cramped seating versus a cool glass of water and a catered lunch in a videoconference room. Yes, more and more firms are making the stay-at-home choice.

But is it an even trade-off? Is videoconferencing really there yet? Isn’t it too expensive? Too difficult to use? Of unreliable quality?

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