As office layouts change, huddle rooms and small collaboration spaces are becoming popular. The video tools in these spaces can provide cost-effective communications.
With all the hubbub about huddle rooms, everyone from SMBs to enterprises is looking to reap the productivity benefits of informal team collaboration. Setting up small meeting rooms, corners or common areas to support teamwork sessions is arguably the hottest trend in AV right now. With that in mind, many people are asking about video conference costs for huddle rooms.
Businesses of all sizes are changing how they work and collaborate, said Chris Thorson, senior director of product marketing at Polycom, based in San Jose, Calif. As companies shift to open-office floor plans, the need for huddle rooms increases so employees have a place to connect with colleagues and customers across the globe.