Webinar: Good Enough is Not Good Enough – Ensure Better Business Collaboration with High Performance Audio Subtitle: How to Address Diverse User Environments in the New Era of Work

How to Address Diverse User Environments in the New Era of Work

“7 Steps to Improve Meetings in the New Era of Work" is a Frost & Sullivan research piece exploring the top challenges IT and business leaders face today amid changes in the way organisations work. ‘Good enough’ is no longer good enough. Enterprises must strategize and address the new era of working or face being left behind.

In this Webinar, Frost & Sullivan Principal Analyst, Robert Arnold and Shure Enterprise Senior Director Integrated Systems Sales, Rob Smith will discuss the importance  and positive impact of high quality audio solutions and dealing with the challenges of communicating effectively in diverse work environments.

The Webinar will discuss:

  •    How user and IT needs are changing and why consumer technology falls short of enterprise needs.
  •    Productivity, inclusion and engagement consideration for hybrid working.
  •    How high performance audio closes traditional user and workflow silos.
  •    Recommendations to address today’s challenges and future-proof for tomorrow.

About Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan is a leading global research and consulting firm with over 50 years of expertise. They have over 1,800 employees across 42 offices worldwide, who produce ongoing research, and conduct strategic consulting. Their strength lies in providing various types of insight based on global market, technology, and mega trend analysis. Frost & Sullivan focuses on identifying opportunities for growth and innovation.


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