WHY YOU NEED MORE THAN A BASIC AUDIO DEVICE FOR YOUR MEETING ROOMS
In fact, 81% of IT Decision Makers say audio has the biggest impact on improving the quality of virtual meetings. Good sound is easy to overlook, but poor sound cannot be missed. It causes fatigue, increases distraction, and reduces comprehension.
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.
THE RISE AND RISE OF VIDEOCONFERENCING
Videoconferencing has come of age. Put to the test in the COVID-19 pandemic with millions of people working from home, its value as a business and learning enabler has soared. Indeed, the implementation of videoconferencing technologies has helped many organizations to survive this difficult time.
It’s common these days to find meeting spaces that feature the latest audio and video conferencing technology with a view to enabling the best possible meeting experience for users. However, one area that is often overlooked when rooms are being designed and configured is that of room acoustics.
HOW TO ENHANCE MEETING ROOM AUDIO IN POORLY DESIGNED ROOMS
Well thought out acoustics can do a great deal to help a company by streamlining collaboration and enhancing business reputation. Not only will it give essential communications between employee or clients the best possible chance of success but also go a long way to improving perceptions of a company and lifting staff morale.