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Getting started with audio and video conferencing

At Telephone Wreckers we understand all of the business benefits of both audio and video conferencing. We are able to help you find all the equipment you will need to set up conferencing in your business. We will try to answer all of your questions below, if we haven’t quite answered your questions just give us a call on 1300 665 970 and talk to our expert staff.

What are the benefits of video conferencing?

Video conferencing allows you to connect with staff and customers on a personal level without having to travel. It’s excellent for meetings, training or presentations where everyone needs to be able to see what’s going on.

Do I need to change my phone system to set up audio and video conferencing?

There is a different answer to this question for each business. There are numerous factors that influence which changes you would like to make. Most of the time your current system will work well with your new conferencing setup, particularly if you are using web based programs such as Skype for business. Alternatively if you need a more advanced Video conferencing set up an IP phone system with video handsets would be a great option for you.

Best selling audio conferencing gear and top rated products

Polycom CX3000IP Conference Phone

Polycom CX3000 IP Conference Phone

Plantronics Calisto 620M USB Conference Phone

Plantronics Calisto P620-M USB Conference Phone

Polycom Soundstation2 Conference Phone

Polycom SoundStation2 Conference Phone

What do I need to set up audio or video conferencing in my business?

This is depending of what you currently have set up and how you would like to use Audio or Video conferencing. We will be able to tailor as solution to your needs and budget but most set ups need some of the following equipment:

  • UC Headsets
  • Conference Stations or Speakerphones
  • Video Camera
  • Microphones
  • Conferencing programs such as Skype for Business

Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync, What is the difference?

Microsoft have launched Skype for Business to replace Microsoft Lync. Skype for business has all of the great features of Microsoft Lync with the same familiar setup of Skype. It also allows users to contact anyone using Skype or Skype for Business making it easier for businesses to communicate with customers.