Setting up the perfect video conference may require setting up your space correctly as well as paying attention to cameras, loudspeakers and microphones, writes Rene Buhay of AVer Europe.
Story by Guy Campos, AV Magazine
In the global business market, video conferencing is an essential part of staying connected with clients and associates around the world. However, if you aren’t prepared, remote meetings can impede rather than facilitate communication.
Technical issues can cause frustrating disruptions or completely derail an important meeting. The good news is that a little planning can virtually eliminate these issues. Here are some suggestions on how to get the most form your digital collaborations.
Make sure everyone Is seen
Ensuring that everyone is involved in the meeting is essential. To accomplish this, you need to match your equipment to your surroundings.