Conference Room AV
Whether building a new system or finding effective solutions to enhance your existing conferencing technology, our audio-visual experts will design a system that works for you.
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With the increase in employees who work remotely or while traveling, conference room AV has become more and more popular in the office. Conference rooms are now designed not only for face-to-face meetings, but to maximize this technology. This allows employees outside the office to remain involved in every aspect of the business.
Today’s conference room is far different than just a few years ago. One word describes this change – “Control.” The end-user is able to control every feature of a conference room from the automated blinds to the video conferencing system. Data can be collected on room usage in order to inform future decisions on conference room expansion. Most important is the growing ability to access conference rooms and control them remotely.
In addition to control, video conferencing and audio conferencing have also changed significantly.
Video conferencing is a feature in almost every conference room today, providing the ability to collaborate with colleagues around the globe. Video conferencing has been a critical component of virtual collaboration for many years. But today, with changing needs, video conferencing has evolved into a more collaborative experience. With more powerful technology, communication can be about more than just being face-to-face. It can include content sharing, white-boarding, and annotation – and other tools that make it possible to have an actual working session.
With Ultimate’s video collaboration solutions, participants can see and edit the same documents in real time. Documents can be shared wirelessly from personal devices, annotated, and saved. The fluid desktop experience of Microsoft Teams or Zoom work in group collaboration settings.