And When Is a Standard Setup the Smartest Approach?
Customization has long reigned supreme in the conference room AV industry. AV integrators source individual hardware, from microphones to displays, and build conferencing systems unique to each business.
But as standard solutions like Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms develop, many wonder which is best for their business: a custom or standard system. The answer? It depends. It depends on how much customization you want, your budget, and when you’re hoping to get started with your new conference rooms.
Whether or not businesses should buy a standard room package or design their own is up to them. But here are some points that can help your company decide.
Improve In-Person Audio & Video for a Superior Hybrid Experience
Hybrid workplaces—what a great idea! Work-from-home enthusiasts can take their laptops on the go and work from their home offices, cafes, or wherever they roam. Those who prefer the office’s face-to-face camaraderie can work on location. And a few times a week, everyone collaborates in person.
In theory, it may sound like a dream, but hybrid work models are proving to be more difficult than some imagined—especially during hybrid meetings. Without proper cameras, microphones, displays, and speakers, your teams at the conference table will hardly see or hear remote participants. And those at home won’t feel included in the spur-of-the-moment discussions happening in the conference room.
Luckily, technology brands like Logitech are working to fix this problem with solutions like the new Sight AI-powered camera. We think Sight is a great step in the right direction—here’s why.