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    Video collaboration platforms bridged a chasm in the early days of COVID-19 and remain a prime point of connection for businesses of all sizes. As organizations look to up-level their collaboration technologies for the hybrid workplace, it turns out our kindergarten teachers were right: playing well with others is essential – even for video conferencing hardware.

    “We work diligently with our partners to create deep integrations and certifications that make products that are easy to use and install,” says Sudeep Trivedi, Head of Video Collaboration Alliances and Go-to-Market. “Our meeting room and desktop solutions work beautifully with the cloud collaboration platforms to provide a seamless, enhanced experience for end users and IT.”

    There are a number of competitive advantages to adopting solutions from a video conferencing leader like Logitech, including quicker adoption and increased productivity.

    Outfitting a software-based room system requires a conference camera such as Rally Bar or MeetUp, a display, speakers, microphones, and a touch controller like Logitech Tap. Achieving the best possible virtual meeting experience is dependent on the right combination of innovative hardware, software, and accessories designed to simplify collaboration, seamlessly connect a hybrid workforce, and promote equitable meetings for all attendees whether they’re sitting in the boardroom or joining remotely.

    Some recent additions to Logitech’s lineup of video conferencing equipment make it even easier to deliver a seamless audio and video experience, whether from home or at the office. Also important, they support almost any video conferencing application that runs on a computer including Google Meet, GoTo Meeting, Microsoft Teams, Pexip Room, RingCentral Rooms, and Zoom Rooms.

    Logitech Rally: The Rally lineup includes Rally Plus, a premier modular video conferencing system for large and extra-large rooms; Rally Bar, an all-in-one video bar for midsize to large meeting rooms; and Rally Bar Mini, the perfect solution for huddle spaces and small to midsize rooms. Simple to deploy, all three Rally products use AI Viewfinder to accommodate meeting dynamics.

    Logitech Tap: A low profile, 10” touch display, Logitech Tap integrates with Zoom, Microsoft, Google Meet, and other collaboration platforms. Built on open standards, it offers single-touch join, content sharing, calendar integration, simple cabling, and multiple mounting options. Mount it on the wall, or set it on a table. It rotates 180 degrees for optimum visibility. Logitech Tap IP provides a network-connected touch controller option for Zoom Rooms.

    Logitech Tap Scheduler: From phone booths to video rooms to hangout nooks, Tap Scheduler helps employees quickly find the right meeting location with a 10” touch display that makes it simple to see meeting details and reserve rooms. A purpose-built scheduling panel, Tap Scheduler integrates with leading meeting solutions such as Zoom Rooms Scheduling Display, Microsoft Teams Panel, Robin and Meetio.

    Logitech Swytch: A one-cable link to conference room cameras and displays, Swytch is a straightforward way to deploy video conferencing in rooms of all sizes. Simply plug the cable into a laptop’s USB port and join a meeting – either as a participant or host.

    Logitech Scribe: The next generation when it comes to broadcasting whiteboard content in virtual meetings. An AI-powered whiteboard camera designed for video conferencing rooms, Scribe integrates with leading cloud solutions including Microsoft Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms. And for that “wow” factor, check out how Scribe’s built-in AI delivers a transparency effect that gives the presenter a see-through quality for an unobstructed view of the whiteboard.

    Learn how Logitech’s lineup of video conferencing equipment can transform the video meeting experience.

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    Suzanne Robicheau
    Suzanne Robicheau is a communications specialist based in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where working remotely continues to fuel her passion for new mobile technologies -- especially on snowy days.