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Why Sound Matters

Poor audio in the workplace is a problem we suffer from and compensate for daily. A poor audio conferencing experience adds to stress and fatigue, wastes time and can lead to a negative perception of your company. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Natural, realistic audio can enable business by contributing to productivity and enhancing the ability to collaborate. This paper describes the costs of poor audio, the benefits of effective communication when conferencing virtually and how CIOs can improve audio to enable productivity and collaboration in their organizations.
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What UC is Not What You Get

IT departments are on the hook to provide solutions that allow employees to communicate effectively with people located far away. In an age when consumer devices and applications make it easy for people to connect anytime using text, audio and video, the workforce is expecting the same from business solutions. Video and content can significantly enhance communication, but they are not enough on their own. Meeting attendees might tolerate a choppy video connection, but if there is no sound or it’s breaking up, there is no meeting.
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Audio Quality Matters

As we all go on this journey to the new advanced capabilities of a high definition voice conferencing and collaboration world, making sure that all elements of the solution are aligned to optimize the overall experience and assure understanding is critical. The selection of the device to put in a conference space, whether in a dedicated conference room or in an office will have a major impact on the collaborative events that are conducted in the space. Choosing devices with the right speaker and microphone solutions that are appropriate for all your conferencing spaces will help ensure you are getting the most value from your new communications and collaboration solution.

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Learning Starts With Audio

Universities compete fiercely for local and international students, all of who expect immense value for their costly tuition. To be considered world-class institutions that deliver on this promise, universities must deploy technology that meets high standards of innovation and classroom rigor. They must take advantage of the evolution and advancement of classroom technology – the systems used by teachers and students for presentation, collaboration, and study – to ensure that every lesson, whether live or captured for viewing later is delivered with the highest quality. This is especially important when it comes to audio.

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