When you think of the term “conference room”, you probably have an exact idea of what one looks like.
If you’re new to office technology, you may be confused on what the difference between a video bar and a webcam is. You’ve probably used webcams for years in many different environments, whether using a webcam on a laptop for a work meeting, webchatting with friends or family, or even having fun in Photo Booth on an iMac. But with the constant innovation in audio-video technology, the video bar is a newer concept left unexplained.
So, you want a Poly bar but don’t know where to start? How much does a Poly bar cost? Will it work in my office space? Whatever it may be, you’ve made a great decision - Poly’s line of video bars in the Studio X series have been nothing short of legendary in the A/V world. Since being introduced in late 2019, it’s not hard to understand why this collection has been a staple of conference room systems in and after the pandemic, but also been a staple in our JUMPSTART ROOMS room bundles.
The simple answer to this question is: it depends because conferencing systems vary constantly based on user specifications.
When interacting with prospects and clients, I hear, “Keep this simple for us!” often. This is understandable. Who wants to struggle with a steep learning curve on mission critical equipment when you’re five minutes from a very important meeting?
Those predicting we’d all be back in the office full time by now were probably wrong. Hybrid environments are here to stay, as a new study from HealthEquity, via Forbes, shows employees prefer to work from home at least 3 days a week.
We are now almost a full month into 2022. How is this even possible? So, I have one simple question for you... It is 2022, what are you waiting for?