Every IT leader takes security very seriously, preventing cyber threats and securing information is always a top priority. This should, of course, be the case when evaluating a wireless hybrid video conferencing solution for your organization.
Having multiple layers of security, including 1024-bit end-to-end encryption, 802.1x authentication and dynamic room codes, enables IT managers to provide employee and guest access in an enterprise environment, without any security holes.
Making IT for hybrid work easy
Employees want simple, quick wireless connectivity and reliable tools for effective collaboration. How often have they complained about meetings starting 10-15 minutes late because nothing worked at the start? Colleagues get frustrated wasting time searching for the right Wi-Fi network or cable for a monitor, camera, or sound system, and a single controller to manage them.
Presenting and collaborating via 4K from the office or remotely is essential for the high-quality streaming and content sharing that businesses and their clients expect. From video, diagrams, and illustrations to high-resolution photos, 4K offers hybrid meeting attendees an outstanding experience. That is why having the flexibility to share 4K either wirelessly or using hard-wired, auto-switching is an asset.
Equally important is wireless connectivity for in-room presentations over AirPlay® and Miracast®, as well as having wired options for peripherals and a screen. Companies rely upon IT managers to select dependable hardware and software for employee productivity in any setting. In today’s hybrid world, this is a mission-critical task.