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  • 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.

  • Audio Basics: Choosing the Best Mic for Different Room Types

    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.

  • Tips On Standardizing Your Meeting Rooms

    The idea of standardizing your meeting room estate across your global offices can be an intimidating one, and it’s true that to do it properly requires extensive planning and organization. In this brief article, learn how Shure can help you make a positive impact on meeting rooms across your enterprise.

  • 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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