We are starting to get some great feedback from end users at our customers as they get back to the office and start using their newly installed Microsoft Teams Rooms systems. One feature that people seem to really love or really dislike is the automatic tracking or framing of the in room cameras. Luckily, Crestron, Logitech, and Huddly have worked together to provide an option for people to turn this feature off when desired. Freedom of choice is a great thing for end users I think. Watch this video from Jonathan Cuthbertson of konnectus for all the details.
How many times have you been in a meeting space or classroom and really struggled to clearly hear what is being said? Whether there is an AV system in use or not, this can be a frustrating experience that you can no doubt relate to.
I often get asked whether a high quality AV system in the room can improve the listening experience – especially on conference calls. In this video you’ll learn how you can achieve a high quality listening experience in any room. I share an example of a recent customer we worked with and the steps we followed to solve such a problem.
The Stem Audio Ecosystem is comprised of five device categories: Ceiling mount, Wall mount, Table mount, Hub and Control. It’s an ambitious product line that attempts to simplify the deployment of high-quality video conferencing audio systems for a range of different room types and sizes. In this short product review, we reveal some of the key discoveries during our hands-on time with the ecosystem and its components.
2020 has seen a major change in work patterns and practices. As more people choose to work from home more often, the purpose and design of offices must change. Technology is key to that change. Check out these TOP 3 TIPS to follow as you plan for your “new look” office in 2021 and beyond.
In this interview David Allara talks about how COVID-19 has and will continue to have large impacts on the way people will work. What will technology in the workplace look like? How will workplaces be designed? Will organisations require less office space, or keep the same footprints and restrict the number of people to respect social distancing rules?
Electronic waste or “e-waste” continues to increase year on year and has become a major global issue we all need to work together on solving. konnectus is proud to offer a solution to e-waste for our customers. All your legacy audio visual equipment items can be repurposed or safely recycled. Watch the video above to learn more.
Your old audio visual equipment can be collected direct from your premises, and our e-waste partners will guarantee it gets repurposed in one of two ways.
1. Newer equipment will be repaired and sold on the second hand market, or donated to one of many local charities in need.
2. The older equipment will be recycled in accordance with AS/NZS 5377 standards, and you will be provided with a written certificate detailing each disposal. Up to 90% of the components can be recycled, which is great news for the planet.
The other great news is that our ewaste partners ensure your old equipment won’t be dumped offshore. By the way, if you have old IT equipment like computers, monitors, phones, copiers and the like, we can help you recycle or repurpose those as well.
Have an immediate need to safely dispose e-waste? Call konnectus Today on +61 2 8011 3929.