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18 Collaboration Systems that Backbone the Modern Workplace

These days, it’s paramount to have the proper equipment to experience quality collaboration sessions.

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HP to Acquire Poly for $3.3 Billion, Combine PC Sales With Poly Solutions

HP expects the acquisition of Poly will help further develop the company’s hybrid work and collaboration solutions.

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IMCCA Announces Continuing Strategic Partnership with CEDIA Expo

The IMCCA will provide the CEDIA Expo with education about the WFH segment and light commercial applications.

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The Future of Conferencing and Collaboration is Hybrid and Flexible

Revealing the secret to delivering high-quality virtual-collaboration experiences and increasing client ROI.

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AVer Introduces CAM550 4K Dual-Lens PTZ Conferencing Camera

AVer CAM550 features dual lens PTZ capabilities with AI lens to automatically and seamlessly focus on participants.

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IT Needs Help Managing Their UC&C Solutions

A continued reliance on UC&C apps due to hybrid work is creating more issues for IT. Here’s how integrators can help.

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Crestron Acquires Intelligent-Video Technology from 1 Beyond

Crestron’s acquisition of 1 Beyond’s innovative camera and intelligent video technology bolsters the Crestron ecosystem.

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Cisco Brings Webex To Ford Vehicles, AirPlay

Cisco is launching new innovations in Webex designed for hybrid work, including a new partnership with Ford and support for AirPlay.

Owl Labs and BlueJeans by Verizon Offer Meeting Room Subscription for Hybrid Meetings

Customers can access bundled Owl Labs hardware and BlueJeans by Verizon video conferencing software for a monthly subscription fee.

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Videoconferencing Gaining Momentum in APAC

In the Asia Pacific region, factors like the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to remote work are powering videoconferencing growth.