What’s the difference between certified and compliant hardware?
As you’re exploring hardware options for your UC Platform, you may notice that some are “Certified” while others are “Compliant.” What’s the difference?
UC hardware often runs in “Native Mode,” meaning that the built-in Windows/Mac or Android compute is running a single UC Platform application such as Microsoft Teams or Zoom. This is a great option if your business is already using a soft client version on employees’ laptops, as you essentially just extend this experience to the meeting room.
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Each company’s approach to workspace technology will likely depend on their own strategy and how permanent they believe modifications will need to be. While organization’s approaches may vary, there are trends we expect to see as companies return to the office.