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Huddle Rooms

Whitepaper: Bridging the gap between desktops and large conference rooms

The benefits to extending unified communications and collaboration through the enterprise are well understood — but costs continue to deter organisations from implementing enterprise grade video conferencing in many smaller workspaces. Many smaller groups end up having to manage with a lower quality experience on services like Skype running on a tablet/laptop/desktop. While the performance...
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A screen that’s more than just a screen for smaller meeting rooms

We’ve recently talked about short-throw projectors which also allow interactivity, as a great solution for small meeting/huddle rooms where space is at a premium. They enable the screen area to be used not just to display content but also to interact with it and makes for more impactful presentations. But by selecting the right screen,...
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Business-grade video-collaboration comes to small rooms

While enterprise-grade video conferencing is well accepted in larger meeting spaces like board rooms, conference rooms and learning centres, their wider implementation across organisation is often constrained by cost considerations. Some organisations with a larger number of rooms or with smaller meeting (or huddle) rooms may find the cost per room/user unpalatable. Similarly smaller businesses...
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Video: Small tweaks to room design can boost VC quality

A lot of time, attention and expense usually precedes the implementation of video conferencing equipment for an organisation — but the eventual performance can be disappointing if certain aspects of the rooms themselves are overlooked. In this video interaction, Sachin Prabhudesai (who has over 15 years of experience with AV implementation) discusses some of the...
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