Zoom Rooms Smart Gallery Lets Everyone Enjoy More Participatory Meetings
The past two-plus years of the pandemic brought Zoom meetings into the modern lexicon. As work went remote in companies small and large, video conferencing became the go-to approach for meetings and interaction. Zoom is not the only video conferencing and collaboration solution, but its ease of use made it the standard for many organizations.
BOOST PRODUCTIVITY WITH SIMPLIFIED ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING
In 2020, the pandemic turned the Zoom videoconferencing platform from an excellent business collaboration tool created by a fast-growing startup into a household word. Zoom became the default video conferencing solution for business, socializing and communication.
While casual users may think Zoom is just a video communication app, businesses and organizations know it is a powerful collaboration platform. But many organizations already have existing conference room systems with legacy videoconferencing capabilities. And while many workers are still remote, some employees don't have the option and must work in an office. How can you meld Zoom into your meeting spaces to allow both groups and individuals at your Phoenix, AZ offices to collaborate seamlessly with remote workers and teams anywhere? That’s what Zoom Rooms are all about. Keep reading to see how to integrate Zoom into any meeting space.
DON’T LET COMPLETELY SOLVABLE PROBLEMS DERAIL A COLLABORATIVE MEETING BEFORE IT EVEN BEGINS
At Level 3 Audiovisual, we’re hereby nominating Zoom as the Time Person of the Year 2020. The video conferencing platform rose to dizzying popularity this year as unexpected circumstances forced people to meet less in person and more online. And nipping at Zoom’s heels came the conferencing solution designed to meet commercial needs for in-person and remote collaboration: Zoom Rooms.
Zoom Rooms are an all-in-one integrated solution deployed in conference rooms, huddle rooms and other meeting spaces in commercial organizations of all sizes. Although a Zoom Room isn’t the only conferencing solution of its kind, Zoom has one-upped the competition through several key advantages: reliable usability, high-quality AV, and incredibly simple and straightforward user accessibility.
Zoom...just works. Keep reading to learn how a Zoom Room solution can effectively solve the three most common pain points in meeting rooms in Scottsdale, AZ, and across the U.S.
Zoom Rooms help make remote work possible by providing a sophisticated, user-friendly platform for communication
In 2020, Zoom is a household name — not just here in Phoenix, AZ, but across the United States and overseas. It’s won the popularity contest among other video conferencing solutions due to its ease of use and reliable service. Anyone can create or join a Zoom meeting if they download the software on their smartphone or computer. But audio/video meetings are only one component of the Zoom system. Zoom Rooms are a larger, all-inclusive solution that organizations can employ to foster communication, collaboration, growth and productivity among a dispersed workforce, including in-person and remote workers. Many employers like the benefits they reap from increased remote work opportunities. It decreases overhead expenses for the organization and fosters greater efficiency and output among employees. But these benefits depend on employees having the right tools at their disposal to communicate and work together effectively. And that’s where Zoom Rooms shine.
There are plenty of times when less is more, including when you are making decisions about your conference room technology. The best meeting room technology is a simple, one-stop, unified solution. But many conference rooms today are cluttered with technologies, including conference phones, USB speaker phones, flat panel displays, laptops or desktops running meeting applications, and lots and lots of cables. Some technologies might be compatible while others aren’t, and integrating personal devices such as mobile phones is complicated at best and impossible at worst. Meetings can already be a drag—a poorly equipped meeting space only makes it worse. The Crestron Mercury was developed to address those common—and annoying—problems with the typical meeting room user experience. And Crestron’s new partnership with online meeting platform Zoom takes meeting efficiency to the next level.