1. Consider what the space is being used for Not every meeting space is created equal. There are a variety of video conferencing rooms, which cater to different sizes and budgets. Less can be more: although immersive rooms with 3 screens may look swanky, they won’t be as effective for small meetings of less than 5...

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Any regular video users already acknowledge that video conferencing has been one of the most important technological advances for businesses in the 21st century. Collaboration couldn’t be easier, aided by a plethora of video conferencing solutions for companies of any size, so it astounds me how some businesses are still hesitant to adopt video conferencing. Why...

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THX define a sub woofer as: A low frequency speaker producing sound below 80Hz. The typical human hearing range is from 20hz (low frequency) up to 20,000hz (20Khz) high frequency. Most human speech resides in the 300hz to 3,000hz spectrum.     Subwoofers; Sub woofers have been around for a long time, common in cinemas, clubs,...

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So in the past we had literally a bank in every town and village in the UK which was great from the customers’ point of view, you felt valued and assured that “everything is OK” and your money was in a safe place, brand loyalty was high. However nowadays people lead busier lives and getting the...

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KP Snacks Case Study

Hayley Shaw
As one of the largest snack companies within the United Kingdom, an efficient presentation system is a priority for KP Snacks. And, being the home to some iconic and well-loved brand names they have the appetite to grow through innovation. Following the purchase of KP by German company Intersnack, the UK head office has relocated to...

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In a perfect world all video conferencing systems would need guaranteed symmetric upload and download bandwidth in order to provide the best video quality possible, for both incoming and outgoing video. The reality of broadband internet in the UK is a different matter entirely. ADSL is still the most prominent form of broadband. In rural areas, it is...

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