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How Productivity Suffers under Traditional Conferencing Audio

Conferencing doesn’t need to sound this bad.

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With today’s increasingly dispersed workforce and remote teams, conferencing has emerged as one of the key ways people get work done together. Whether on a video meeting or a conference call, from a room or a mobile device, employees meet with colleagues to connect, strategize, and collaborate.

While many aspects of conferencing solutions have advanced, the audio experience hasn’t. Poor audio quality continues to plague all types of conferencing solutions, making it difficult for people to hear, understand, and participate in conversations. And the problem is pervasive. A recent study from Wainhouse Research found that 82 percent of companies experience audio issues with their conferencing solutions.

So what are the main audio issues? And how does Dolby Voice resolve them? Find out in the infographic below.

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