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Hybrid meetings are here to stay. There is no arguing about it. Even before the world-changing pandemic, offices saw a growing demand for employees to work from home. According to a McKinsey survey, employees are now going to the office 30 percent less than during the pandemic
The MXA901 ceiling array mic provides superb AV conferencing audio in a compact and stylish 13.5-inch (34 cm) round form factor.
MXW neXt 2 provides superior wireless audio for in-room listeners and remote participants in presentations, training rooms, and lecture halls.
Videobars might sound convenient, but they have their limitations and aren't suited to all needs. Especially larger rooms require more powerful solutions.
Video conferencing has in some ways increased efficiency and allowed companies to downsize the amount of physical office space they need to operate. These new incentives leave businesses of all shapes and size with decisions to make regarding how to best use the resources at their disposal to create an effective AV system that meets their needs and budget.
With the Stem Ecosystem, IT resellers can comfortably recommend custom audio-for-video conferencing solutions to better support the collaboration needs of clients.
Higher education is no stranger to turning to technological solutions for its problems, but the ability to conveniently collaborate has been a major sticking point in colleges and universities for decades. Thankfully, one solution has emerged that lets students easily collaborate even if it’s impossible for one or more to make it to the same location: virtual conferencing.
By adding or diversifying UC services to include videoconferencing solutions, MSPs can generate new revenue streams and resolve more of clients’ tech challenges.
The growth in UC-enabled meeting spaces and supporting infrastructure moving to managed services have made AV competency a critical skill for the IT channel.
With a basic understanding of acoustics and room design, MSPs can rectify audio issues without having to outsource to specialists.