Adding Collaboration to the Huddle Room: Wainhouse Research Video
Ira Weinstein, Sr. Analyst and Partner at Wainhouse Research, put together a short video that explains the drivers that are changing the work environment and why so many companies are looking to video enable their small meeting room spaces.
Huddle Rooms are small meeting spaces for teams to work on projects together. Cutting edge companies like Uber, Tesla, Hulu, and HubSpot are getting better use out of these team spaces by adding audio, video, digital whiteboarding, and wireless screen sharing to their huddle rooms, in addition to their larger conference rooms, training rooms, and executive offices.
Zoom Rooms are software-based video conferencing rooms that are affordable, easy-to-use and deploy, and easy to manage. With off-the-shelf hardware, you have the flexibility to configure your space to your specific needs. Zoom Rooms runs on a dedicated Mac or PC, with either an iPad or Android controller, and any camera or speaker. You can easily set up your rooms with 1, 2, or 3 standard displays, or you can use a large interactive display to help your teams brainstorm with dispersed members in a natural way.