The Fix for Hybrid Meetings? Use Multiple Cameras & Microphones

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Simplify the Meeting Experience with Zoom Room’s Smart Gallery

When the corporate world went remote two years ago, we grew accustomed to seeing our coworkers’ faces in small squares on a screen. Whether your company used Zoom, Teams, Google Meet, or another conferencing platform, you could see and hear everyone clearly in the gallery view.

Now that businesses are returning to the office, many are trying to find a compromise between in-person and remote work. Video conferencing proves to be a useful tool that’s here to stay. Even if your company is back in the office, you’ll likely still use video meetings for interviews, training events, and meetings with clients in far-off locations.

But hybrid meetings are proving to be a head-scratcher for many business owners. Some people gather in the conference room while others are at home, which complicates the meeting experience and can lead to technical difficulties.

Here’s how, with the right technology in your video conferencing system, you can make hybrid meetings easier for your Dallas, TX, organization. Contact Texadia Systems to learn more for your business! 

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Leverage Microsoft Teams with an Upgraded Video Conferencing System

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Features to Include in Your Conferencing Spaces

Does your business use Microsoft Teams, or is thinking about switching to the platform? Teams is a software that lets you host and join audio, video, and web conferences with anywhere from 10 to 10,000 people. It’s also used for chat, emails, calls, and calendars.

But if your staff is only using Teams on their desktop computers or laptops, you’re missing out on valuable conferencing solutions! With the right hardware, you can access Teams seamlessly across your business and enjoy more dynamic meetings.

In this article, we’ll share how you can upgrade your video conferencing system to make the most of Teams. And to find conference room AV in the Dallas, TX area, contact Texadia Systems here.

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You Can Now Use Microsoft Teams and Zoom Together

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The Integration Makes Video Conferencing Easier Than Ever

A video conferencing system like Microsoft Teams makes collaborating and meeting with remote staff and clients simple. But sometimes, technology can cause major headaches. When you try to set up a meeting with a business partner and they don’t use Microsoft Teams at their office, what can be done?

Luckily, Microsoft Teams Rooms is collaborating with Zoom’s video conferencing, so that your team and clients will be able to join Zoom meetings without additional licenses or third-party services. If you’re considering upgrading your Dallas, TX business’ video conferencing system, continue reading to learn more about Microsoft Teams Rooms and the new merge with Zoom.

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