The use of video conferencing has risen exponentially in recent years and the coronavirus pandemic has only served to cement its role as an essential tool for communication and collaboration. What many businesses and learning institutions have realised, however, is that consumer-level video conferencing platforms combined with audio and video via a laptop simply isn’t conducive to effective working and learning.
Video conferencing has the power to transform business, to bring you closer to your customers, to widen your talent pool and to maintain employee morale but if the tools used to deliver it aren’t up to the task you’ll end up with frustrated teams, disappointed customers and poor communication across the business.
The good news is that upgrading your video conferencing setup doesn’t have to be costly or time consuming. The addition of a video conferencing system, comprising a high-definition camera and full video processing codec, and a conference phone or conference call microphone with features such as echo cancellation, automatic gain control and automatic noise reduction will immediately provide a much better experience for all.
For higher end video conferencing suites, ceiling array microphones can ensure excellent pickup of speakers no matter where they’re located, central displays will mean user don’t have to crowd around a laptop and can make content sharing easy, and control systems will mean meetings can start at the touch of a button., removing potential user frustration
When it comes to meeting room design, we don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach. To get the most out of your technology it needs to meet your needs and the way your business works. For a bespoke consultation, contact CDEC today.