How many times have you had to huddle around somebody’s laptop for a videoconference? At Logitech we believe that even once is one too many. Many things can make it awkward, like being stuck next to the person who wears way too much cologne…or perhaps not enough.Anyone can use their laptop for
Photo Credit: PolycomNearly six years ago to the day, Cisco closed on its $3.3 billion acquisition of Tandberg. Although it was announced six months earlier, the path acquisition was impeded by investor challenges and regulatory hurdles. During that time, I was part of the Polycom PR machine that highlighted the fact that
It’s only been a year since Millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the U.S workforce, and this year, Gen Z is entering the workforce. While the full impact of these workforce changes is still to be seen, a few clear trends are emerging. According to Dan Schawbel, research director
Today’s workplace would be almost unrecognizable to a time traveler from the ’90s, a mere 20 years ago. Executive offices and warrens of cubicles are giving way to open floor plans, shared desks, and casual collaboration spaces. Formal conference rooms, while still present, are vastly outnumbered by huddle rooms and team spaces.
A few years ago, I test drove a new Mercedes. It was magnificent. The salesperson took me out, blasted up the road, went around corners at crazy speeds, told me how many horsepower it had and how I could go from 0-60 in 5 seconds, and then carry on accelerating until I
Last week, I wrote about the effect of “free” and what changes it causes in a market. Today, I’ll explore this economic trend is transforming the video conferencing industry.The opportunityAs the price of technology decreases, the opportunity to use those technologies increases. As such, we can expect the mass deployment of visual
There are generally considered to be five elements that are critical to the success of a room based video conferencing environment. Here are mine based on personal order of importance:1. Ease of useWorking on the principle that most people would agree that a familiar interface will win over something less intuitive every