Driving Collaboration Throughout the Enterprise: Huddle Rooms Make All the Difference
How and where people meet is changing rapidly
To accommodate the evolving needs of today's workers, organizations are taking a more strategic approach to their office real estate by implementing small meeting spaces called huddle rooms. Typically designed for 4-6 people, huddle rooms have proved to keep us on task and more attentive - but only if they're equipped with the proper tools. With less than 3% of the world's huddle rooms being video-enabled, having technology that can connect in-room and remote teams in an intimate setting is paramount.
This Frost & Sullivan whitepaper discusses the state of the modern workforce, outlines the need for advanced video collaboration, suggests room design best practices and offers criteria for vendor selection.