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Examining the Role of Huddle Rooms in Corporate Environment

Biamp Systems
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 26-08-2014
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Create DateSeptember 1, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 20, 2015

While many companies have succeeded at deploying and using unified communications and collaboration (UCC) on the desktop, and even more leverage audio and video conferencing in large conference rooms, few have managed to extend state-of-the-art collaboration capabilities to small group spaces. These so-called “huddle rooms” are where most real collaboration gets done: small teams working together in person and with their remote colleagues to make decisions, drive projects, and increase productivity throughout the organization.

This paper will:

• Highlight the need for huddle spaces that enable small-group collaboration among both co-located and remote participants.

• Discuss the benefits of pairing high-quality audio and video hardware with traditional desktop services and applications.

• Outline the key considerations for success.


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Biamp Systems Announces White Paper Examining Role of Huddle Rooms in Corporate Environment