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Does Your Business Comply with California’s Assistive Listening Requirements?

Ensure Your San Francisco Company Meets Building Codes with These Solutions

Does Your Business Comply with California’s Assistive Listening Requirements?

For any new construction or renovation, it's essential that businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This means removing barriers from access for people with disabilities through the use of ramps, Braille signs, assistive listening devices, and more.

With 17 percent of the US population reporting measurable hearing loss, assistive listening is one of the most important and oft-ignored sections of the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. This is why we partner with Listen Technologies to ensure all our projects are ADA compliant.

In this blog, we'll highlight what these requirements entail, whether they're relevant for your company, and the technology you need to integrate to make your San Francisco business compliant.

What Are the Best Business Solutions for Wireless Presentations?

How Your Company Can Evolve from a Makeshift Presentation

What Are the Best Business Solutions for Wireless Presentations?

The battle for the HDMI port is over. There’s no longer a need to have ten laptops fighting it out for the chance to present in your conference room or boardroom.

Slowly, most offices have upgraded to wireless presentations. Without having to connect to an HDMI cable, participants can share content directly from their laptops or smart devices.

This has made it easier for everyone to be involved and to switch out content quickly.

Should You Be Using a Better Camera for Video Conferencing?

These Products Are a Great Upgrade from Your Typical Laptop Webcam

Should You Be Using a Better Camera for Video Conferencing?

What were you doing during your last business meeting? Be honest. You were likely returning some emails, maybe catching up on the news, or finishing some last-minute assignments. 

It can be hard for people to stay engaged when they’re speaking to a faceless voice on the other side of the line. A recent study found that 73 percent of people work on other things during meetings. 

One way to resolve this is to include visuals, especially video, during your presentation. We all know how important eye contact is to day-to-day communication so why dismiss that during important meetings?

For this reason, when researching video conferencing equipment, the first step should be upgrading your camera. 

Find one that offers better visuals and flexibility for your Mountain View, CA business. Below we highlight some of our favorites. 

Are You Hindering Business Communication by Using a Conference Phone?

Here Are 5 Must-Have Conference Room Upgrades for 2018

Are You Hindering Business Communication by Using a Conference Phone?

How important do you think meetings are for your business efficiency? According to a study by Attentiv, American businesses conduct 11 million meetings a day with an average of nine participants each.

You’d think with so much of the labor force relying on meetings we’d have perfected them by now. You’d be wrong. Another statistic from a Verizon study showed an astounding 89 percent of participants thought they lacked the proper technology to conduct meetings.

That’s because many businesses are still relying on table-based conference phones. 

Instead, you can do a better job of engaging employees with a conference room system that offers better audiovisual quality, integration, and reliability. Here are some of our favorite products we recommend adding to your San Jose, CA business in 2018.