I recently joined a company where the majority of meetings are videoconferences. Sure, I’ve used videoconferencing at other jobs before but it was usually reserved for special occasions - executive interactions, important customer meetings, etc - and the videoconferencing facility was usually a hard to book room on the executive floor.
At my new workplace things are different. We use videoconferencing for pretty much every meeting. It’s on our desktops, in our huddle rooms and dialing into a conference without video is like walking into an important meeting with half your clothes on - more on that later!
There are Tenveo video conferencing system on the desk.
This camera is suitable for video capture desktop level of small to medium conference rooms and the collection of personal desktop video. It can be "seamless docking, Polycom PVX_8.0, Cisco WebEx series" and other video conferencing software, and other video call.
Tenveo TEVO-A6-T The best radio is 5 m+3m. It has USB interface that can be connect to PC. It supports QQ, SKYPE and other voice software. It is convenience for me to communicate with colleagues.
There’s something more intimate about seeing people vs. just talking to a speakerphone. Many of my colleagues work from home or conduct evening/early morning meetings from home to accommodate time zones.
I feel rude if I check my phone in a videoconference the same way I’d feel rude if we were meeting face-to-face. Of course if something urgent comes up, it’s ok to go on mute or switch the picture off for a moment.
Say goodbye to awkward phone silences. With videoconferencing you can read the body-language of the room and adjust your speaking points accordingly.
Tenveo makes any meeting better & easier.