Windows or Android in the Meeting Room (Video)

Choosing the Right Operating System (Windows or Android) for your Organization’s Group Video Systems

In the last few years, countless organizations around the world have made feature-rich video conferencing available to their workers on their desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.  And most of these companies scaled their video conferencing deployments using cloud platforms.

Over time, users became comfortable with the experience provided by their platform providers, and now they’ve come to expect the same experience in their meeting rooms.  In response, some cloud providers (e.g., BlueJeans, Dialpad, LogMeIn, Microsoft, Pexip, RingCentral, StarLeaf, Tencent, Zoom, etc.) created “meeting room friendly” versions of their communication software.  To make their solutions easy to deploy, these providers made their software compatible with third-party hardware running Windows and Android.

But how can a company choose the right operating system for their meeting rooms?

This educational video, sponsored by Logitech, provides information and insight to help companies make informed operating system decisions for their meeting room video conferencing systems.

For additional information and details, please review the PDF version of this study.

Topics covered include:

  • Device Form Factors
  • Ease and Speed of Installation
  • Supported Room Sizes / Types
  • Feature Parity
  • Wired Content Sharing
  • BYOD Support
  • Security Concerns
  • Operating System (OS) Access
  • System Management
  • Platform Flexibility
  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

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