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In Las Vegas, AVNation’s Brian Heidgerken is on the InfoComm 2022 show floor. Here, he’s back with Mark Barragan, Zoom Rooms Sales Lead at Zoom. Mark is happy to see the foot traffic, excitement, and discussion around hybrid work at the event.

Zoom has had an important couple of years. The key change is that while many were using video conferencing technology in the past, now, everyone is—and they know how to do it, too. 

Now that people are getting back into the office in some places, Mark and his team are starting to get a lot of questions about what the hybrid workforce looks like. They’re very excited to bring in even more technology—Zoom isn’t just for remote work. The company is prepared to play a huge role in the future of work.

Being at the forefront of this technology for the past two years has challenged Zoom to grow and innovate like never before. On display at their booth is a new feature called Workspace Reservation, which allows users returning to the office to see a live floor plan with office and conferencing space availability. 

Another added feature helps include everyone in the office environment. For example, it allows Zoom’s own receptionists to work remotely and even cover multiple floors of a building at once.  

For more information on Zoom Rooms, visit their website here. You can also find them on social media, @zoom

More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.

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