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Poly announces new Trio device and new personal speaker
The Trio C60 smart conferencing device and the Calisto 5300 personal speaker are bot Teams-enabled out of the box.
Poly unveils Room Solutions for Microsoft Teams Rooms
Poly’s Room Solution for Teams Rooms comes in a variety of different configurations for different room sizes, depending on individual requirements.
Poly products become first Zoom Rooms Appliances to receive certification
Several of Poly's audio and video devices have become the first Android-based appliances to offer native Zoom Rooms functionality, and are now fully managed via Zoom Device Management (ZDM).
Video: How to make remote work, work for the channel
Two Ingram Micro NZ business development managers explain how to make work from home benefit any business and its employees.
Poly updates partner programme
The company is combining the Polycom and Plantronics partner programmes together to reach a wider range of partners.
New Savi wireless headsets range announced
Poly is the first enterprise headset company to offer a DECT Headset with active noise cancelling.
New Poly device combines content sharing and video conferencing
The G5700 for mid to large conference rooms integrates the sharing of digital content with audio and video conference features in a single device.
81% of A/NZ workers believe open plan is important to productivity and engagement
“Workforces in Australia and New Zealand know that collaboration is a key component to success."
Zoom forges partnerships and adds channel programme
Zoom has released several enhancements and partnerships for its software-based conference room solution Zoom Rooms.
Poly appoints new A/NZ managing director, Andy Hurt
“We’re excited to be bringing together two established pioneers in audio and video technology to be moving forward and one business – Poly."
Polycom & Plantronics rebrand to Poly, a new UC powerhouse
The name change comes after last year’s Plantronics acquisition of Polycom, a deal that was worth US $2 billion.