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5 Office Cleaning Tips & Office Cleaning Checklist

7.2.2020
We’ve created this guide & office cleaning checklist to offer a few suggestions when sanitizing common spaces and wiping down electronics. 

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Selecting Microphones for Virtual Classrooms, Remote Learning and Online Classes

Hosting online classes can be challenging without the right tools. If your institution is new to virtual learning or looking to enhance a current solution, we’ve outlined some tips to keep in mind.

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4 Key Tips for Staying Collaborative & On-task When Working From Home

Team collaboration when working from home can seem daunting for some. Here are some tips for staying on-task!

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Inverse Square Law: What is it?

To better understand the importance of distance to and between microphones, the inverse square law can be a useful concept to know.

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Voice Activity Detection’s Role in Better Conference Calls

Voice activity detection is a technology that detects human speech even when background noise is present.

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The Cone of Conversation - Conference Room Technology

The latest conferencing technology captures great conversation on the go and in any sound environment.

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Intro to DECT: Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications

DECT is the universal standard for wireless telecommunications in most major countries around the world. Find out what makes it great for office settings.

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What Is Acoustic Echo Cancellation and How Does It Work?

If you've heard your words echoed back at you during a call, you know how frustrating it can be. Learn how to stop this issue with acoustic echo cancellation.

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Working Through Grief

Communications is at the heart of what we do – its in our name! Though we focus on the tools and hardware to help you communicate clearly, we never forget the human side of communication and collabora ...

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Reverberation 101: Understanding Reverb

Every space has reverberation (or “reverb”), but we don’t pay attention to it most of the time. Check out our latest post to understand the basics of reverberation,

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Expanding Perspectives with Wide Angle Webcams

Read on to understand why a wide angle webcam is useful for video conferencing, and how these tiny cameras are taking unified communications into the future. 

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