Considering adding video-enabled collaboration spaces to your enterprise for conference rooms, huddle rooms, or other areas? Check out this Wainhouse Research Report, authored by Wainhouse senior analyst and partner Ira M. Weinstein.
This report focuses on Zoom Rooms, Zoom’s all-in-one conference room solution, and covers Zoom Rooms’ specifications, uses and off-the-shelf hardware compatibility. Weinstein also gives an in-depth evaluation based on extensive testing of three Zoom Rooms features: Touch/Whiteboarding, Digital Signage and Scheduling Display.
Zoom Rooms for Touch allows users to easily interact with the Zoom Rooms user interface and each other. “Throughout our testing, Zoom Rooms’ touch UI worked perfectly… the whiteboarding and annotation features offer customers a cost-effective alternative to dedicated ideation/digital whiteboarding solutions,” says Weinstein.
Zoom Rooms Digital Signage comes free to customers with at least one Zoom Rooms license and offers a cost-effective method to create dynamic workplace signage. Fully customizable with the ability to display images or URLs and even join meetings, Zoom Rooms Digital Signage is perfect for all workspaces including lobbies, cafeterias and conference rooms.
“The digital signage functionality was quick and easy to configure… the ability to use this same system to join meetings and for wireless content sharing is a major plus,” says Weinstein.
Zoom Rooms Scheduling Display is a convenient way to check the status and schedule of any Zoom Room or any other meeting space. Scheduling Display works through a simple app and can be installed outside the room on an iPad with a housing case. The intuitive app clearly shows if a room is available or busy, and allows users to reserve a room in seconds.