Audio conferencing systems

Supporting safe working practice

Poor audio quality has always been an issue that has plagued the modern meeting space, but with current government guidance and safe working at the top of everybody's agenda, organisations must re-think the way their offices will be used and re-evaluate the technology they have in place to support this.

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The future of the office

After the majority of workforces were made remote during the early stages of the pandemic, it is more than likely many organisations will move towards having a hybrid workforce with both remote and in-office workers (socially distancing) for the foreseeable future. Organisations must explore how teams can still

work effectively even when they're not actually together, finding a way to continue business, whilst complying with government guidance. One of the first ways this can be achieved is by addressing the common audio problems that can be one of the greatest meeting disruptors.

Minimising touch-based devices - A touchless experience

Another important consideration is how organisations can minimise the need for touch whilst ensuring employees still have access to the technology the need. With traditional table microphone systems, employees may need to move and adjust it to ensure everyone in the room can be heard. By having a wall-mounted microphone system that offers full room audio pick-up like the HDL family, the need to touch devices is kept to a minimum and allows employees to focus on the meeting at hand.

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Control from a distance with Nureva Console

If you're a larger organisation, Nureva's cloud-based Console allows the management of multiple HDL systems across multiple locations from a single, secure dashboard. Whether working on Windows or Mac, this scalable system lets one person configure and maintain all HDL units, regardless of if you have 1 or 10,000. It's another tool that supports unnecessary movement around buildings, letting a central administrator check the status from anywhere they are basing themselves and means a minimal need for IT staff to visit meeting spaces.