Terms such as remote work and home office have become commonplace these days: Especially video conferencing software providers like Zoom, Webex, Jitsi and Officery CONNECT enjoy increasing user numbers.
The use cases for video conferencing are manifold:
Companies are increasingly using video conferencing for internal communication with their teams as well as for external communication with customers, suppliers and for job applicants: Recruiters rely on online job interviews, especially to recruit applicants from all over the world.
In the education sector, homeschooling also takes place via videoconferencing, where teachers broadcast their online lessons; university lecturers hold their online lectures via BigBlueButton, for example.
In order to conduct a successful video conference and participate interactively, the technical equipment is necessary. The right (technical) equipment enables smooth communication, thus helps against social isolation and increases the general well-being. In this article you will learn which equipment you need for a video conference.