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No Wire. No Problem: Wireless Conferencing is Worth It


October 18, 2016

If we think about the evolution of the business world, and more specifically the technology that’s powering businesses to succeed, there have been enormous changes and advancements made to get us where we are today.

No longer are costly travel expenses, office meetings where you need paper and pen to take notes around an actual table, or the idea of colleagues working remotely, a distant, far reaching idea.

Today’s workforce is more virtual and mobile than ever before. Most offices are using technologies to improve communications and ensure productivity.

Since conferencing remains a vital element in business culture, new technologies that improve these meetings are constantly being introduced.

Revolabs is a provider of audio solutions for unified communications, enterprise collaboration, and professional audio applications across a wide range of markets. The company’s specific focus on audio quality helps lead the charge in bringing conferencing solutions to businesses that help users “hear every word” and make the communications experience a more natural one.

The company’s line of wireless microphones for conferencing take away the unsightly clutter made by wires and makes it easier to get users communicating without having to worry about untangling and tripping over wires.

During a Webinar later this month, the company will spill the beans about why going wireless is a beneficial option.

The event, accurately titled, “No Wire. No Problem - Going Wireless,” will happen on Oct. 25 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern.

Topics included in the discussion will center on why using wireless microphones make sense and when and how Revolabs can help.

Register Now.




Edited by Alicia Young

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