46% to 90% week over week during the pandemic, depending on platform. It’s become the way to interface with people safely and still get that face-to-face connection.
How effective those video calls are, depends on the setup you have. If you have cumbersome equipment that’s difficult to use or are relying on a cheap laptop with poor sound and video quality, it can significantly distract from your meeting.
Without the same luxury that we had with in-person meetings pre-pandemic, you need to make the most of your video conferences, and sometimes that takes an I.T. consultant to help.
Video Call Challenges
Are you finding that your team spends the first 10 minutes of a call just trying to get your conference room equipment set up?
Do your video meetings suffer from sound and picture problems?
Then you may want to look into a hardware solution for your conference room or huddle space that makes video conferencing much easier, plus improves the look and sound of your calls.
How Poly Studio X30 and X50 Can Make Conferencing Easier Imagine instead of having to struggle with wires and a computer when setting up a video meeting, that you could just use a simple rectangular bar that had a built-in video camera and speaker. That’s what the Poly Studio X30 and X50 is designed for. It’s one simple piece of hardware that you can easily mount near your display screen to initiate video calls… no computer required! Video calls work best when they’re stress-free, that way you can focus on the meeting, not trying to get the meeting to work. Texas I.T. Pros helps clients streamline their conference room experience, making it much easier to use as well as look and sound better.
Poly Studio X30: Perfect for small areas and huddle spaces designed to facilitate small group meetings
Poly Studio X50: Created for use in mid-sized rooms for a larger group conference experience with up to 10 people. Here’s how the Poly Studio video/sound bar makes your conferencing experience better.