Conferencing and Collaboration
The human experience is at the center of AV. With conferencing and collaboration, AV connects people. This topics page will help you find all that you need to know about how to harness these technologies with articles, technical tips and case studies that show how AV creates innovative solutions.
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The conferencing & collaboration space grew by leaps and bounds three years ago, and the technologies powering it continue to advance in their scope and simplicity for users.
How can you assess workstyle personas within the organization to better plan space and technology needs? Hear from stakeholders in IT, HR, and facilities on their required outcomes as you assess what’s working and what’s not for the in-office experience.
The shift to remote work began almost three years ago. Yet, some organizations still don't have a solid plan in place to accommodate their hybrid workforce. Success for remote workers depends not only on skill and discipline but also on the tools they use.
The use of advanced software and equipment has transformed the dynamics of mentoring, expanded global outreach, and introduced new interactive tools.
Zooming while zooming down the highway is a dangerous way to be productive. It is now also illegal in Illinois.
In this webinar, the panel will discuss the innovative and clever use of technologies to deliver an inclusive and accessible meeting experience with the overall goal of meeting equity.
A new study indicates the background you choose in virtual meetings can create a perception of trustworthiness and competence.
Intuitive conference systems provide a better experience for end users and the AV team supporting these rooms.
Whether you use video conferencing software as part of a class or for business, it’s essential to know that there's a chance you're at risk for a cyberattack.
All online video conferencing services and related equipment must be made accessible to and usable by persons with hearing, speech, and vision-related disabilities, among others, by this date.
As many organizations still struggle to transition to hybrid work models, they face many challenges. From device-portability difficulties to pitching an idea with construction work in the background, we've all been there (and still are).
It's been said work-from-home arrangements lead to happier, more balanced employees. What could go wrong? And what can employers do to counteract it?
Sam and Ben are joined by Phil Langley from Wesco to learn more about what 'Conference Room as a Service' means for Pro AV and Wesco's global solutions.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel will also re-charter the Communications Equity and Diversity Council
The US Senate is now weighing in. What does this mean for AV?
Wireless conference rooms offer a variety of advantages over wired technology. Here are the top ones!
Apresentado por Filipe Dantas, Engenheiro de Soluções na Zoom Video Communications, neste webinar abordaremos a evolução das plataformas de comunicação unificada, desde as formas de comunicação mais antigas, como o telefone fixo, até as tecnologias atuais, como a incorporação dessas tecnologias as platafomas de comunicação tradicionais. Discutiremos como as plataformas evoluíram para atender às necessidades das empresas e como as tendências atuais estão ajudando as empresas a se comunicarem e colaborarem de maneira mais eficiente.
2023 is a rebound year for many verticals in the AV industry. Interestingly, conferencing and collaboration remains more stagnant in growth. Why? The phenomenon may be more simple than you think. In the fifth episode of Xceptional Insights, hosts Sean Wargo and Peter Hansen take a deep dive into the numbers behind the world of conferencing and collaboration.
The reality of the office of the future is closer than we may think. We have the means technologically to achieve this with our collaborative spaces.
Remote conferencing technologies may be experiencing growing pains, but generative artificial intelligence promises to usher in a new era.