LEARNING A NEW APPROACH TO TEACHING IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
The education sector has been hit hard by the global coronavirus pandemic. Colleges, universities, schools and training establishments sent students home. Lessons were delivered via online modules and virtual collaboration tools. Throughout the lockdown, teachers and lecturers used videoconferencing solutions more suited to social interaction than to delivering learning.
IMPROVE CONFERENCE CALL AUDIO
“We’re constantly having to repeat ourselves on conference calls.”
“The client complained about background noise.”
“I listened to the recording and all I could hear was the sound of shuffling paper.”
Sound familiar? The IT department is often the first to hear when users feel that the conference system isn’t up to scratch. Sometimes a new A/V system is the answer. But it isn’t always.
4 KEY THINGS YOU'LL NEED TO CONSIDER TO FUTUREPROOF YOUR AUDIO NETWORKING CAPABILITIES
58% of respondents to an independent survey of IT professionals said their corporate networking infrastructure is either falling short of requirements or will fall short soon. So, at some point in the near future you'll likely need to review and plan your framework.
THE AUDIO NETWORKING JIGSAW
For those of us in IT or the networking business, the term ‘audio networking’ most likely brings to mind IP telephony, plus Skype, Webex, Zoom and all the other voice-enabled software out there. This isn’t surprising given the focus on unified comms and collaboration over the past few years – and the pain it often caused in the days before Gigabit Ethernet!