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The Enterprise Connect expert-led conference program will discuss the latest systems, software, services and applications for enterprise communications and collaboration. The conference is designed with one objective in mind: To help you optimize your investments in communications and collaboration systems, software and services. ALL TIMES LISTED ARE (U.S.) EASTERN TIME ZONE.

Video Collaboration in the Post COVID Office


Jordan Owens  (VP, Architecture, Pexip)

Andrew Gross  (VP of Enterprise Sales, Crestron)


Ira Weinstein  (Founder and Managing Partner, Recon Research)

Date: Monday, September 27

Time: 5:00pm - 5:45pm

Track : Video Collaboration & A/V

Session Type: Virtual Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

As employees return to the office, they’ll depend on video conferencing like never before. Do you have enough video rooms to address this demand? Can your video meeting rooms provide the experience your users came to expect while working from home? What other tools and capabilities will your users need while working in the office? During this session, you’ll get expert opinions on what should comprise your office-based video estate: What hardware and software you’ll need, how to right-size your global deployment, and how people will use these tools. You’ll come away with specific ideas and perspectives on meeting rooms, huddle rooms, and the desktop.


  • Is the concept of the video-enabled huddle room dead? How should you allocate video resources to smaller meeting spaces?
  • What technologies will you need in larger, more formal meeting rooms?
  • How important is it to “equalize” the video experience between remote users and those gathered in conference rooms? If it is important, how can you make it happen?
  • How can you support the next generation of office video deployments?
  • How should you coordinate your video deployments with other changes to the office, such as the introduction of touchless technology, sensors, and other “smart office” developments?