How to Avoid These Common Video Conferencing Fails
Efficient video conferencing is vital to both employee collaboration as well as client acquisition and retention. But despite its evident importance, many companies still settle for systems doomed to failure from the start. Over the years, we've seen a few common issues show up in a lot of the retrofit projects we fix.
We have learned from that experience, and it has helped us ensure all our projects avoid these common pitfalls from the start. Usually, most problems come down to using the wrong equipment, faulty installations, and subpar software and programming. As you read this blog, you may come across some issues you’ve experienced at your own Minneapolis, MN office.
A Hybrid Conference Room Design Boosts Company Efficiency
There are generally two primary approaches when it comes to your conference room design. Software-based systems like Zoom and Skype for Business can be pulled up by members of the team on any web browser or through a mobile app. Hardware-based systems offer up high-end audio, video, and collaborative technology to make it easier to communicate with clients and employees.
The real secret, though, is that this doesn't have to be an either/or proposition. To optimize your conference room design, you can go with a hybrid that combines the best of both worlds. In this blog, we highlight two partners we work with and showcase some ways to bring them together in your Wayzata, MN office.