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The Conference is Calling: Guide to Getting the Most out of your Conference Calls

White Paper Published By: Polycom
Polycom
Published:  Nov 09, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  10 pages

Most phones today have a “speakerphone” button but there are in fact a number of reasons why it makes sense to invest in a purpose-built conferencing device. Firstly, like any multi-purpose device, mobile and desktop phones will only perform reasonably well up to a point. Your mobile, laptop, or even your standard telephone isn’t built specifically for conference calling. The phone’s abilities as a conference platform are compromised by its other features.

When it comes to conference calling, the lack of clarity, background noise, and volume issues that you experience on a standard phone, are all solved by a dedicated conference phone—you can hear the difference. This can have a real impact if you’re teleconferencing on a regular basis and you want to remain alert, attentive and productive.



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polycom, conference call, background noise, clarity, teleconferencing