As businesses plan when and how employees will return to work, they need to equip their meeting rooms with these technologies to create the ultimate video conferencing experience.
1. Large TV screens
Organizations need to invest in large, high-definition displays for the best meeting experience. Large displays are versatile and can be used for both video conferences and presentations. That will allow remote workers to look flawless on screen, and shared content will look more precise.
2. Video cameras
Video cameras today are chock full of state-of-the-art features, including 4K video and cameras that have the ability to autofocus and automatically frame and zoom in on the active speaker.
3. Speakers and microphones
Poor audio can disrupt a meeting and frustrate employees on both sides of a video conference. Fortunately, businesses can choose among a variety of speakers and microphones to ensure high-quality sound for both in-office and remote employees.
4. Conference calls software
Because tomorrow’s meetings will include in-office and remote workers, businesses need to install conference call software that connects the hybrid workforce. Conference call software combines all the components of a video conferencing system together.
Companies left their offices and their conference rooms during the pandemic, but when they return, many will set up a hybrid work environment with a combination of in-office and remote staff. Meeting rooms will have to include video conferencing equipment and software to support a distributed workforce and allow teams to collaborate, regardless of their location.