The Rise of the Huddle Room
Businesses today are moving away from large conference rooms and toward technology-based spaces where small groups can meet and share ideas. Instead of large conference rooms where ideas are presented to the board and discussed endlessly, companies are adopting the use of "huddle rooms" where small groups can hash out and refine ideas for quick implementation.
A huddle room is a place where three to six or seven people can get together to study, collaborate and problem solve at a micro-level for quick decision making and project implementation.
Huddle room displays can range in size from a 55-inch display to an 80-inch screen or larger and at times may incorporate a projector. It is also important to have a way for users to have a collaborative solution to quickly move content from their device to the huddle room display. If teleconferencing will be part of the huddle room function, then speakers, a speakerphone, microphones and cameras need to be part of the package as well.
Huddle rooms allow for quick and simple collaboration across multiple devices in the room or remotely.
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