Organizations use pro video products differently in 2018 than in the past and, as a result, video solutions such as displays, video processing, video editing solutions and projection have become more essentially to how information is presented.
Think about it.
Video is used for digital signage in company lobbies and in the cafeterias. Meetings that once would have been over the phone now take place over video displays.
Organizations have come to the realization that they need to create original video applications such as human resources training, executive messaging, digital signage, promotions or countless other purposes.
Meanwhile, the expectations of their customers, their employees and their prospective clients or partners are elevated when it comes to video.
That’s one reason why MyTechDecisions paid particular attention to the video solutions on display at the recent InfoComm 2018 trade show in Las Vegas, June 6-8.
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The right videoconferencing technology will make your organization more productive and foster collaboration. Pick the wrong one and you as the technology manager are going to hear about it!
If the solution isn’t easy to use, you will be called in every time someone tries to get it up and running. If it’s too expensive, you’ll hear from your boss and finance. How can you find just the right videoconferencing solution for your organization?
Our new technology manager’s guide “Tips for Buying Videoconferencing Technology” will give you the lowdown on:
- Identifying your needs based on space, user requirements, and budget
- Evaluating hardware vs. software solutions
- Defining your microphone and camera specifications
- Writing a videoconferencing RFP
- Selecting the right installation partner
Download our guide today to get answers to all of your most pressing videoconferencing questions.