Videoconferencing and unified communications have gone from high-end, optional investments to mandatory capabilities for both remote and in-person collaboration.
These capabilities are especially critical now, with current global conditions requiring that more people work and collaborate remotely than ever before.
As important as video conferencing is to the digital workforce, quality meeting room audio is still the top must-have for productive meetings of all kinds, including videoconferences. Quality audio that creates the same experience for in-person and remote participants helps employees stay engaged in meetings.
While videoconferencing offers the opportunity to be seen and heard, a loss in audio quality renders the video aspect essentially useless. When it comes to conferencing, you need to be heard first.
This has become even more apparent as COVID-19 has pushed many employees into work from home environments. With such little notice, ambient noise has become a major obstacle to quality meetings. Children and pets running through the house, traffic from outside the house, landscapers outside the window or neighbors mowing the lawn next door – videoconferencing sessions are facing more audio distractions than ever before.
The right audio solutions can mitigate these distractions. In this Commercial Integrator and TechDecisions webinar, sponsored by AVI-SPL and Bose Professional, Darryl Bryans, Product Line Manager, Conferencing, for Bose will discuss the importance of audio quality in videoconferencing environments, and how subpar audio equipment can completely derail a videoconferencing experience. Topics covered will include:
- Understand the challenges of creating positive audio experiences and how to overcome them
- Know what factors to consider for your meeting room sound system
- Encourage meeting collaboration with the right audio tools from Bose Professional