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Tips for a Productive & Professional Zoom Room Setup

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How to Host Seamless Video Meetings in Your Conference Room 

Video conferencing is straightforward enough when there’s only one person in the room. You simply sit down at your computer and look into the webcam. But how does it work when there’s a group of people at the conference room table? 

Video meetings can be a head-scratcher for hybrid teams. After all, how can groups of people successfully join video calls without crowding around the camera and struggling to be heard? 

Your company doesn’t have to return to siloed video calls. With conference room solutions like a Zoom Room setup, it’s easy to include the whole room in video calls. Here’s what you can expect from Zoom Rooms—and our tips to hold more productive, professional video meetings. 

Ready to get started with Zoom Rooms in the McKinney, TX, area? Contact Texadia Systems to get started! 

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5 Components of the Digital Workplace: Is Your Company Prepared?

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Unify Teams, Collaborate & Succeed Across Different Locations 

What is a digital workplace? Put simply, it’s a network of connected technologies that allow a business to communicate, store and share information, and conduct business virtually. Today’s digital workplace solutions are so sophisticated that entire companies can function remotely without stepping into a physical office. 

Whether your company is remote, hybrid, or has different office locations, the digital workplace is the future of modern business. With the right tools, your teams can still perform all their daily obligations and seamlessly join meetings, even if they’re time zones away. In-person companies can benefit from the digital workplace, too. You'll be prepared if staff travels for work or far-away clients want to communicate virtually. 

Here’s what you’ll need to create a digital workplace for your Dallas, TX, business. And to get started, contact Texadia Systems here

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Foster Greater Communication With Advanced Video Conferencing

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Embrace the Future of Business Communication

When companies fail to adapt, they often get left behind. From Blockbuster to BlackBerry phones, brands that didn’t get ahead of the digital revolution soon became relics of the past.

Those examples may seem extreme, but if your business hasn’t adapted to hybrid meetings yet, will that cause issues down the line? You may encounter clients or partners that want to communicate over video call, and your in-person team won’t be able to adequately meet with them. That could send a subconscious signal that your company is behind the times. 

With a smart video conferencing system in place, your Dallas, TX, staff can seamlessly join video calls even with a room full of people. Here’s how it works and why it will help your teams grow and thrive.

Are you looking for video conferencing technology solutions in Dallas-Fort Worth? Contact Texadia Systems here. 

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Considering a New Video Conferencing System? Read This First.


Use Our Guide to Make the Best Decision for Your Business

Finding improved ways to meet and collaborate with staff and clients is a on-going process in our technology-driven world. Teams are becoming both increasingly connected and geographically dispersed. That’s why it’s important to stay on the lookout for the latest and greatest upgrades to video conferencing technologies you’re using—or not using—in your business operations.

Think it’s time for a new video conferencing system for your Dallas, TX office? We can help you put the best foot forward in finding the perfect solution for your company’s goals. Just follow our guide below to get started.

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4 Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your Video Conferencing System


Empower Your Business Meetings with Cutting-Edge Technology

Once used only by large enterprises, video conferencing today has made its way to businesses of all sizes and industries, from tiny startups to world-wide corporations. In fact, your business probably uses video conferencing in some shape or form to conduct meetings with clients who can’t travel to your Plano, TX office or with employees who work from home.

Video conferencing is essential to the efficiency of any business, eliminating time and space barriers so anyone can communicate and collaborate anytime, anywhere. So, how do you know if you’re getting the most out of your current video conferencing system? In this blog, we’ll list four telltale signs it’s time for an upgrade. Just keep reading for more.

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