Thanks to remote and hybrid work, unified communication and collaboration apps like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Webex, Google Meet and others became popular tools for organizations everywhere over the last two years. Users everywhere began and ended their workdays in a video call, and the use of these apps will continue as long as organizations continue to embrace a work-from-anywhere approach.
As offices reopen as part of a distributed work strategy, IT teams are getting even more responsibilities as organizations look to build out new or refreshed conferencing spaces to accommodate their hybrid workers.
However, in this new environment where smaller conferencing spaces or huddle rooms are in demand to meet the needs of the hybrid workforce, not every conferencing spaces needs elaborate and complex videoconferencing systems. Especially as the software platforms are introducing more intelligent video and audio features, these smaller meeting spaces need only simple hardware solutions that IT can easily deploy and manage.
That is where all-in-one videoconferencing bars comes in. These devices, typically placed on top of a display, feature integrated cameras, speakers and microphones, taking complexity and cost out of the equation.
Rather than installing and integrating separate cameras, microphones and speakers, these devices do it all, and at a fraction of the cost. They are also easy to deploy and use, typically just taking minutes to set up.
Many all-in-one videoconferencing bars come packed with intelligent audio and video features that filter out unwanted noise and automatically frame in-person participants so everyone is heard equally, building upon the intelligent features already included in the software.
With many of these devices priced under $1,000, IT decision-makers should look at all-in-one videoconferencing bars to build out their organization’s smaller meeting spaces or executive offices.
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