AV – BYOD
DCS offers to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solutions for a better user experience, empowering employees to work and collaborate the way they prefer, with the freedom to use their devices in existing video conferencing gear. You can deploy video conferencing room solutions from providers like Microsoft, Ring Central, Google Meet, or Zoom, while also allowing people to use meeting rooms with other video services.
What is BYOD?
BYOD stands for “Bring Your Own Device.” Employees bring their own devices to work and use them for business purposes. Additionally, you can use your own devices to host your preferred conferencing solution with the available audio and video peripherals of your meeting space. Bringing different devices with different operating systems into the meeting room can be a challenge, especially when it comes to compatibility with existing room displays, AV setups, and software.
Logitech’s Swytch offers a one-cable laptop link to a room’s conference camera and display, making it easy for teams to meet, present, and stream over any service. With its innovative design, this cable ensures maximum compatibility and incorporates DisplayLink® Plug-and-Display technology.
Yealink: MVC-BYOD Extender
The Yealink MVC-BYOD-Extender supports the transformation between Microsoft Teams Rooms and different UC platforms, including UC on-premises. Simply plug the USB cable into your laptop and start a meeting on whatever device you want. The dedicated devices, easy meeting controls on the MTouch II touch panel, and wireless sharing through the WPP20 presentation pod make it easy to enjoy the immersive video and audio experience.