As we have written about in the past, Yealink offers a wide range of collaboration solutions that bring the Microsoft Teams experience to every workspace and user. In this article we review Yealink’s collaboration kit options that feature Teams-enabled video bars.
Microsoft Teams has become among the most extensively deployed collaboration platforms in the world. As such, Yealink has teamed up with Microsoft to deliver hardware that is not only compatible with the Teams platform, but also Microsoft certified. This guarantees an extensive level of compatibility with all of Microsoft’s innovative features.
In this article, we review Yealink’s MVC series of kits, known as Microsoft Teams Room Systems, that are designed to take full advantage of Teams collaboration features for meeting rooms, ranging from small focus rooms to extra-large conference rooms.
By Kim Gunn, Marketing Communications Specialist at Grandstream
It is no secret that the demand for video collaboration has increased substantially as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic. With an increase in the demand for video collaboration, the industry is implementing advanced features to stay competitive and keep up with the tools needed to do business remotely. In the new year, we look toward the future of video collaboration, and it’s clear that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will begin to play a bigger role.
Effective communication requires the ability to see and hear each other clearly. With today’s distributed workforce trends, new technologies and devices are needed to deliver the high-quality audio and video that workers are accustomed to in their in-person meetings. Grandstream has made great strides in rolling out innovative endpoints to make remote communications not only of higher quality, but more comfortable, as well.
The COVID-19 pandemic has irreversibly affected remote working and teleworking trends. Yealink has responded to the needs of this paradigm shift with a wide range of work-from-home solutions for dispersed professionals.
In addition to its collaboration equipment, Yealink has launched a new program for companies that have a Microsoft Teams license with 100 or more seats, whereby they can get 50% off the MSRP on eligible products (expires June 30, 2021). Even if you don’t have customers that are eligible to participate in the discount offer, read on to learn about Yealink’s wide range of work-from-home solutions.
When conferring with your colleagues, partners, or customers online, it’s important to be clearly seen and heard. Words as well as facial expressions, gestures, and body language all contribute to effective communication. The Konftel Cam10 high-quality webcam allows you to transmit all these forms of communication at a highly accessible price point, making your videoconferences the next best thing to being there.
With Yeastar’s new P-Series PBX System, SMEs can experience value and possibilities that go beyond a traditional telephony system. In this article we take a deeper look at this offering from Yeastar, which was featured in the company’s 2021 kickoff virtual event on 28 January 2021.
There is no doubt that the mandated measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have had an adverse effect on learning. Many refer to a global ‘learning poverty’ crisis as over 1.6 billion students have been out of school. For half of those students, school closures have exceeded seven months.
Remote learning solutions are being adopted at breakneck speeds to alleviate this problem. In this article, we look at the success of St. Jude School in Elyria, Ohio with Konftel’s distance learning equipment.
The GVC3212 HD video conferencing endpoint is the newest addition to Grandstream’s GVC32xx series of videoconferencing systems. Built with today’s communications needs in mind, the GVC3212 is a compact and affordable solution for remote workers and small conference rooms. Keep reading to learn more about what makes this device particularly useful for working from just about anywhere.
Within the context of a global pandemic and the uncertainty that comes with it, even the most basic necessity of receiving medical attention when you need it is not that straightforward anymore. New and innovative technologies are needed to ensure that everyone has access to medical services.