Crestron Showcasing Unified Communications and Room Scheduling Solutions

Crestron to Showcase Unified Communications and Room Scheduling Solutions for Every Space at Enterprise Connect

Crestron, a world leader in enterprise technology as well as home automation, are currently showcasing their unified communications and room scheduling solutions at the Enterprise Connect trade show in Orlando, Florida.

Described by Crestron as solving ‘the conferencing, presentation, collaboration and room scheduling challenges that face IT decision-makers’, all of the solutions being demonstrated support and integrate with key products and platforms from IT giants Microsoft.

That, according to the company, allows the solutions to provide a consistent user experience, enterprise-grade network security, simple cloud-based provisioning and management, the ability to leverage existing infrastructure, and a unified scheduling platform.

The platforms and solutions showcased will benefit from live demonstrations. Those will include a display of how Crestron can enable you to run Microsoft Teams in huddle spaces, conference rooms, and open spaces, and solutions can combine with the likes of Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 to offer smarter room scheduling.

Crestron’s XiO Cloud zero-touch Cloud provisioning platform and the company’s Mercury open UC solution will also be on show. Speaking about Crestron’s demonstration at the Enterprise Connect show, Sam George – the director of Microsoft Azure IoT at Microsoft – explained the benefit offered by integration of Crestron solutions with his own company’s products:

‘Microsoft is committed to supporting partners that are addressing the evolving needs of the modern workplace. Crestron’s use of Microsoft Azure services like Azure IoT Hub ensures not only the performance businesses need, but also offers global scale and support for Crestron Mercury devices.’

If you would like to discuss your requirements for Crestron enterprise solutions please call us on 0800 195 4825.


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