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The Meeting Rooms of Tomorrow. Today. 

Meetings will never be the same again. Months of remote working and virtual meetings have changed collaboration forever. Today, we’ve become accustomed to the convenience of online meetings, and embraced more flexible diaries. 

As offices start to reopen, we can all look forward to seeing our colleagues in person once again. However, for many, the way we work has changed irreversibly. 

Return to a New Meeting Room Culture

For generations, office meeting rooms have been the heartbeat of workplace collaboration. But now, as distributed work practices are adopted widely, businesses are transforming their collaboration culture, and how office meeting spaces are equipped and used.

The Meeting Rooms of Yesterday

The Demise of Standards-Based Video Conferencing

We all remember the typical meeting room of yesteryear. Before March 2020 when work practices changed universally, face-to-face was the preferred way to collaborate and video conference calls were usually a last resort. Often that left standards-based video conferencing tech gathering dust, badly maintained and rarely updated. Most staff didn’t know how to make video calls and when they did, the experience could be unreliable and poor quality.

The Meeting Rooms of Tomorrow

Microsoft Teams Rooms

Now Microsoft has developed a meeting room solution to cater specifically for businesses with new ‘back to the office’ collaboration needs. Brought to you by Charterhouse, Microsoft Teams Rooms offers a native Teams experience with HD audio and video delivered on Teams-certified hardware. Teams Rooms is scalable and can be deployed across a range of different workspaces, from small meeting rooms to larger conference areas or multi-purpose rooms.

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