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New Telepresence Options Report: Quality Audio is Crucial for Visual Collaboration

November 4, 2013 | David S. Maldow, Esq.

Phoenix TB

Telepresence Options is announcing the addition of a new Technology Brief to our growing report library. The paper, sponsored by Phoenix Audio Technologies, is titled "Quality Audio is Crucial for Visual Collaboration: A Quick Note for Users, Vendors, and Integrators of Collaboration Technology" and is available free at the Telepresence Options Scribd Library.

Video-based collaboration is an exciting and empowering business tool. But with all the focus on video, some of us may be taking audio for granted. Audio quality can have a much greater impact on your meetings and working sessions than you may realize. This Technology Brief drills down into the relationship between audio quality, worker fatigue, and meeting effectiveness. Learn what you need to know, to ensure you aren't hurting your team's productivity.

This report is designed to help users, vendors, and integrators of collaboration technology address audio considerations. In addition to discussing general audio considerations, the report offers an example of a novel means of providing ceiling mic coverage, without requiring an expensive audio mixer.

As we all move to transform our antiquated meeting rooms into modern collaborative team workspaces, and as collaborative technologies filter down from the Fortune 1000 to small and medium firms, we must keep the user experience in mind. Whether building a premium boardroom, or a small huddle room, you can't afford to leave the audio to chance.

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