Close

Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...
  • Call us on 720-753-4560
  • My Account

Blog

"Ridiculously easy to install" - Customer Quote about the Nureva HDL300

I've talked about video conferencing audio solutions and specifically the Nureva HDL300 several times over the past few months.   Why Audio? Because, most people spend lots of time investigating video conferencing cameras, which have come a long way, with several professional quality video conferencing cameras available right now for under $1,000. And we continue to see more [...]

Read More »


Giving Back: Keeping Families Connected During Difficult Times at Brent's Place

Great things happen when great companies come together. That's what happened recently when Video Conference Gear, AVer Information Inc., and Zoom Video Communications came together to provide two fully configured Zoom Rooms for Brent's Place in Aurora, Colorado, a long-term home-away-from-home for families and children with life threatening illnesses.These Zoom Rooms will help keep families connected during one of the [...]

Read More »


Infographic Highlighting the differences between Nureva HDL300 and Traditional Video Conferencing Audio

We wanted to share an infographic from Nureva which highlights the major differences between using the Nureva HDL300 and traditional audio within video conferencing enabled meeting rooms.  It's a fairly long infographic, but it illustrates what we have found with the HDL300 - it's just easier than traditional audio solutions.   What do we mean my easier?  First, [...]

Read More »


Upgrade the look of your Zoom Rooms with Zoom Rooms Scheduling Displays

Is it time to upgrade the look of your conference rooms?   How about making it easier to schedule a specific room?  Zoom Rooms now has a feature (and it's bundled right into your current subscription) called Zoom Rooms Scheduling and it gives you the ability to create conference rooms signage for each of your Zoom Rooms. In [...]

Read More »


Video Conferencing Tips - Things to Remember

Office productivity technology is in almost every corner of our offices today. And thanks to office automation, it is creating a much more versatile workplace - from remote work to flexible hours. That means "work" doesn't have to be limited to a business address or physical location. Even with this new flexibility, there are still a [...]

Read More »


Empowering our Customers with Choice

A few years ago, we decided to focus on creating preconfigured room kits. We didn't know exactly how that would play out on our site, we just knew it was important to help our customers when selecting the right video conferencing products for their specific room.  We also knew most of our customers were [...]

Read More »


It's not only the summer temps that are hot ... so is Video Conferencing!

When you are inside a business and market, and that's all you talk about, it's sometimes easy to feel like everyone is talking the same thing, over and over again.  Happens to me with Video Conferencing - it's our business, and it's the technology and products we talk about all day long - with our [...]

Read More »


Let's Meet! Increasing Office Productivity with Huddle Rooms

There are lots of studies on how to make your company (and office environment) more productive. A quick scan reveals many of them talk about open office layouts, lots of natural light, work team size, flexible work schedules, etc. These research studies point to more companies having less traditional office spaces and conference rooms, and more team oriented meeting [...]

Read More »


Video: How to setup the Zoom Rooms Huddle Room Kit from Video Conference Gear and Zoom

There a new video posted on our Youtube channel on how to setup the Zoom Rooms Huddle Room Kit available on Amazon from Video Conference Gear and Zoom.  It's a quick video, a little over 2 minutes and it provides an over view of what is in the kit, along with connecting all the equipment.  Huddle Rooms [...]

Read More »


Unintended Consequences of Video Conferencing

Early this week, I wrote about a research study which attempted to prove (or disprove) one of the primary benefits of video conferencing - a correlation between travel spend and use of video conferencing. They concluded there wasn't necessarily a direct correlation - those employees who traveled heavily, continued to do so, and those who used video conferencing most often, [...]

Read More »