Conference Room Audio That Works with Any UC System

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Whether You Use Teams, Zoom, or Another Platform, Here’s How to Improve the Meeting Room Experience

Workplace meetings today look very different than they did only a decade ago. No longer can we expect everyone to be in person all the time. Nor are we only meeting virtually, as was the case in the early 2020s. Today, hybrid conferencing is more prevalent than ever, with some meeting participants gathered in person while others call in over video.

If your business is trying out hybrid meetings, how is the audio? For example, do you have to strain to hear the display speakers at the front of the room? And to your remote colleagues, do conversations sound distant and muffled?

To create a seamless, high-quality conferencing experience, you need speakers and microphones to draw everyone into the call. Here’s how we can integrate AV with your unified communication solutions for superior hybrid meetings.

If you’d like to learn more about our conference room installations, contact Texadia Systems in Fort Worth, TX. 

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Logitech Tap: Simplify Video Calls with a Meeting Room Controller

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Explore Logitech’s Conference Systems for Rooms Large & Small

Since 1981, Logitech has been one of the world’s biggest names in computer hardware and software. In fact, we’re willing to bet you’ve used or owned Logitech’s products before—perhaps their computer mice, keyboards, computer speakers, remote controls or webcams. 

Today, the Swiss company continues to produce the highest-quality equipment while adapting to modern needs. As hybrid video meetings have become increasingly popular, Logitech has evolved too, building conferencing hardware that simplifies the hybrid meeting process.

Logitech’s Tap meeting room controller integrates audio and video to your preferred meeting software, whether that’s Zoom, Microsoft Teams, RingCentral, or Google Meet. It also offers hardware bundles to suit small, medium, and large spaces, so everyone is heard and seen clearly.

Here’s how Logitech’s meeting room technology can help your business. And to have conference room technology installed in your Fort Worth or Dallas, TX offices, contact Texadia Systems to learn more about our services! 

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Why QSC Is a Top Choice for Conference Room Audio Video

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QSC Doesn’t Just Build Speakers—It’s an AV Control Platform Too 

In the age of hybrid meetings, conference room audio video is more important than ever. We need large displays to see our remote colleagues, and microphones and cameras to capture everyone in calls. 

If your business is looking to upgrade its meeting rooms, you may be unsure where to start or look for the best hardware and software solutions. 

QSC is an audio manufacturer that just so happens to also offer cloud-based AV control platforms. So while their audio equipment is top-notch, you can also integrate your room’s AV into meeting software like Zoom, Teams, and Google Meet while including hardware from partners like Logitech and Panasonic. 

In this blog post, we’ll dive into what makes QSC one of our top choices for conference room audio video and why you can feel safe choosing it as an AV brand in your Frisco, TX business.

Interested in a conference room AV installation? Contact Texadia Systems here

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Zoom or Teams? How to Use Both with Conference Room Technology

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Bring Flexibility to Your Conference Rooms with BYOM 

In the new landscape of hybrid work, conferencing setups like Zoom Rooms and Teams Rooms are bridging the gap between remote and in-person meetings. Now, the entire conference table can participate in virtual discussions, seeing and hearing their remote colleagues while being captured on a wide-angle camera and HD microphones. 

But there’s one issue with brand-centric conferencing systems. What happens if your staff uses Microsoft Teams, but you’re trying to join a client’s meeting link on Zoom? 

Incompatible conferencing software has been a head-scratcher for all businesses. But now, there’s a new solution. Using “BYOM” (bring your own meeting) techniques, your  conference room technology lets meetings be ‘agnostic’ about which platform to use over conferencing hardware. 

Read on to learn how BYOM can help your business! 

Texadia Systems is a commercial technology integrator based in the Frisco, TX area. Contact us here to learn more about our solutions for your business. 

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What Kind of Solutions Are Available for Unified Communications?

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Don’t Miss Out on a Unified and Simplified Workplace Experience 

Nowadays, at work, we’re juggling instant messages, emails, calls, video conferences, huddle rooms, and shared calendars. Naturally, it leads many people to wonder—is there an easier way to handle all of this? 

Yes, there is! It’s called unified communications (UC), a system that consolidates all of your business’s communication technology across all your devices. From a single platform, your company can access and use all the programs they need. 

Below, we share what programs you can use for unified communication solutions. And if you’d like to learn more about UC in the Dallas, TX area, contact Texadia Systems, an award-winning commercial integrator. 

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What Are the Benefits of Zoom Rooms?

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And Other Questions About Zoom’s Unified Communication Solutions 

It seems like almost everybody hopped on the Zoom train in the past year. There were Zoom wine nights with friends, Zoom first dates, and even Zoom holiday parties. Moreover, nearly half of the U.S workforce shifted to full-time remote work and Zoom rose to the top as the favored video conferencing system. 

Many of us may be returning to our offices soon, but virtual meetings are the future of modern business. If you manage a company with numerous office locations or with a remote staff, you’ll need easily accessible ways to connect everyone. 

Zoom Rooms is a communications and collaborative system that combines audio-video hardware with Zoom video conferencing. To learn how Zoom Rooms’unified communication solutions will benefit your Fort Worth, TX business, we answer frequently asked questions below. 

Plus, if you want to learn more about the latest automation and conferencing tech, you can subscribe to our free monthly newsletter here for articles from Texadia Systems, Fort Worth’s leading AV consultant. 

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