It’s no secret workplace technology has changed the way office spaces look and the way workers access and present information. As technology continues to evolve, so will office trends, and InfoComm 2016 was filled with new innovations aimed at enhancing workplace communication, collaboration and more.
Kramer releases its new EventBoard room scheduling service as part of Kramer@Work, a range of meeting room solutions for the corporate space. See it at InfoComm 2016.
During ISE 2016, Audio-Technica showcased its ATUC-50 digital discussion solution which allows connection of several microphones via standard Cat cabling.
Microflex Advance portfolio includes networked ceiling and table array microphones, audio interfaces and control software for enhanced AV conferencing.
Biamp says Devio two-piece solution for huddle spaces is easy to connect and offers high-quality, laptop-based audio and video conferencing.
VDO360’s Chip Manning talks video conferencing cameras, why USB rules and what not to do during tricky video installs.
Star Wars themed infographic takes aim at the ‘light’ and ‘dark’ sides of video conferencing.
The younger generation now represents a majority of the U.S. workforce and is rendering unified communications and collaboration absolutely essential to modern businesses.
As collaboration spaces are changing and growing, different solutions may be required for different environments. That’s where Polycom and Microsoft’s partnership comes in handy.
Here’s some food for thought as enterprises become more enticed by the use of personal devices like iPhone and Android.