Logitech Sync has just been updated to support all personal collaboration devices including docking stations, webcams and headsets, further facilitating the management of conference rooms from a remote location with a singular cloud-based interface. With more than half the workforce continuing to work from home, and 83% of employees claiming to prefer hybrid working, the need to implement an effective digital strategy is more important than ever.
A large element of this digital strategy involves ensuring that all workers have the best digital equipment to enable collaboration over multiple locations. With increased technological equipment however, comes the increased risk of technical issues which are significantly more difficult for the IT department to solve remotely. Sync technology provides the perfect solution to all remote working issues. Not only does Sync create all products with collaboration in mind, they also work across all popular collaboration platforms such as Google Meet and Zoom providing the IT team with visibility to all devices regardless of their chosen platform. This access also allows IT to install new features and firmware updates across multiple devices from a remote location, significantly reducing the risk of technical difficulties. Logitech video offers all the aforementioned features and enables users to view events in the conference room from their home office, minimising the disconnect between remote and in-office work and facilitating communication between employees.
All sync devices are equipped with analytics, displaying information such as room usage and overcrowding, helping employers make data driven decisions about their work space. From sync technology insights, it may become apparent that smaller meetings rooms would be more beneficial than larger ones or a different layout would increase the collaborative nature of the room.
Sync’s updated collaboration management features are free to download for all sync customers. For early access visit the sync portal.
Logitech aims to create projects to aid collaboration through technology be it video, gaming, computing or music through a range of different brands including Logitech, ASTRO Gaming, Logitech G, Blue Microphones, Ultimate Ears, Jaybird and Streamlabs. For more information on their products visit https://www.logitech.com/en-us/video-collaboration.html , https://blog.logitech.com/ or https://twitter.com/LogitechVC.