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  • CONFERENCE CALL BEST PRACTICES

    When it comes to virtual meetings, concentration can waver if it’s difficult to hear what the others are saying. You can only stay focused for a short while before meeting fatigue sets in. View this infographic to learn what you need to keep in mind to ensure your voice counts and make the experience better for everyone.

  • AV SOLUTIONS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

    In this e-book, take a look at the different scenarios for AV use in higher education and the solutions — both software and hardware — available.

  • AUDIO FRUSTRATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION (AND SOLUTIONS FROM SHURE)

    Access this article to learn the audio quality challenges faced by higher ed and how investing in scalable solutions gives educational institutions the best chance of improving student experience.

  • 7 Steps to improve meetings in the new ERA of work

    Download this Frost & Sullivan white paper to learn 7 crucial steps to improving virtual meetings and collaboration. Examine how enhancing audio quality, adopting cloud and changing focus can give your video conferences the upgrade they need to support employees in the new era of work.

  • WANT TO IMPROVE THE CREDIBILITY OF YOUR C-LEVEL SPEAKERS? AUDIO MIGHT BE THE KEY.

    Download this article to learn why audio quality has a significantly greater impact than speaker credibility or presentation content on audience engagement.

  • Importance of Audio Within Government

    Speech intelligibility and general audio quality play a critical role in the overall effectiveness of a video conferencing system – especially when it comes to government communications. Read this article to learn more about the importance of audio within government.

  • Frost & Sullivan MPEG4 H 264 1080i 50Fps 20k kbs

    In this video conference, join James Hill (Director for the UK Systems Team at Shure), Rob Smith (Shure’s Senior Director for Integrated Systems in Western Europe), and Robert Arnold (Principal Analyst for Connected Work at Frost & Sullivan) as they discuss the importance of high performance audio for collaboration.

  • AUDIO INFLUENCES WHAT YOU SAY (AND DIRECTLY AFFECTS WORKPLACE WELLBEING)

    Have you gotten complaints from employees that they can’t hear one another on video calls? If so, you have a problem that cannot be ignored. Download this article to understand the proven effects of video conferencing audio quality on employee health & wellbeing, productivity and motivation.

  • The Future of Conference Rooms

    Today, a new issue has to be considered for the future of conference rooms: We must make people feel safe. This can be achieved through a combination of policy changes, room design changes and new technologies. In this e-guide, learn more about different technologies that can help organizations as they transition to a hybrid workplace model.

  • Learning a New Approach to Teaching in the Education Sector

    Educators and students have been significantly impacted by the spread of COVID-19. While most classes are remote, hybrid learning models are also an option – either way the focus remains on providing students and teachers with a safe, socially-distant but effective curriculum. Read this article to learn more about these changes.

  • Six Steps to Socially Distanced Government Meetings

    In many parts of the world, it’s back to the office for local government workers after months of working from home. Despite the return to some semblance of normality, social distancing constraints still apply. In this blog, uncover 6 requirements for making communication in local government meetings effortless.

  • Audio Basics- ROOM TYPES AND MIKING ROOMS

    The optimal audio solution for any given meeting space depends on a wide range of factors, including the size of the room, the number of people involved, the number of presenters and the style of presentation. In this Shure white paper, get a sense of which microphones work best in different types of business rooms.

  • THE NEW SHAPE OF OFFICE COLLABORATION

    Right now, everyone is wondering what offices will look like when we return to them. We know they’ll be different, but what are some specific trends that are gaining ground? For example, how will meeting rooms change to enable social distancing? And what does this mean for conference room audio? Glance at this article to find out.

  • WHY YOU NEED MORE THAN A BASIC AUDIO DEVICE FOR YOUR MEETING ROOMS

    81% of IT decision makers say audio has the biggest impact on improving the quality of virtual meetings. Why? Because poor sound causes fatigue, increases distraction and reduces comprehension. View this article by Shure to get an in-depth look at audio solutions to keep your employees engaged and focused during virtual meetings.

  • MEETING ROOM DESIGN - HOW TO GET YOUR AUDIO RIGHT

    When designing a meeting room, there are plenty of considerations to be factored into the plans but never forget the importance of audio and acoustics. In this blog post, explore a number of reasons why having poor meeting audio could impact your business.

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