Videoconferencing tools built into meeting rooms play an elemental part in today’s enterprise communication. These systems are used for multi-partner meetings between premises or regular, interactive contact with customers.
Nowadays – thanks to webcams and fast processors – video- and videoconference calls are widely available from PC (desktop) or smart phones, allowing us to join in to even bigger-scale meetings.
Videoconferencing became part of everyday life within companies, the development of the videoconferencing systems is heading towards the ever greater user experience, better connectivity and practicability.
Many enterprise environments use Microsoft Lync or its successor, Skype for Business for internal written and video communication. But connecting to conference servers or a videoconferencing endpoint in a meeting room can sometimes be problematic.