Many businesses are starting to run meetings remotely through applications like Skype and Zoom. A handful of larger corporations prefer hosting meetings with high-level audio-video equipment professionally installed in a conference room.
Both methods are suitable for hosting meetings – as long as the audio quality is good. When audio quality is bad, even the most expensive video conferencing equipment is worthless.
There are a handful of technical issues you need to manage when hosting virtual meetings, but here’s why audio should be your top priority.
1. Getting high-quality professional audio isn’t complicated
If you haven’t improved the audio quality of your virtual meetings because you think it’s too complicated, think again.…Continue reading