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Logitech Sync expands to support devices such as webcams, headsets, and docking stations

Logitech announced a major update to Sync cloud-based software, to support collaboration devices such as webcams, headsets, and docking stations.
Logitech Sync expands to support devices such as webcams, headsets, and docking stations
Logitech Sync gets a major update to support collaboration devices

Logitech Sync now supports webcams, headsets, and docking stations

With more than half of the global knowledge workers now working remotely, better ways of collaborating in work is always a good thing to have. In addition, more than 83 percent of workers now prefer a hybrid work arrangement in the future.

Hybrid work, while beneficial to employee satisfaction and productivity, presents IT professionals with a number of challenges, including an increase in remote help tickets, the need to properly equip workers for remote collaboration, and a disconnect between in-office and remote device administration and maintenance.

Sync streamlines IT processes and alleviates some of the problems that come with supporting distributed teams. IT managers can send firmware upgrades and enable new features to thousands of meeting rooms and millions of personal collaboration devices through a single web-based platform, lowering potential issues before they become trouble tickets and hinder productivity. 

Sync works seamlessly with the most popular cloud platforms, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet, so the IT team can see what's going on across all of their devices, no matter which platform they're using.

Sync also delivers useful information, such as meeting room occupancy, to assist IT managers in making data-driven decisions. As companies reassess their office spaces, analytics can help them decide whether to adopt them to be more collaborative, compress a large area to a huddle room, or give up their physical space entirely.

Customers can try out Sync's new personal collaboration device management features for free in a public beta. Through the Sync Portal, you can request early access to the staggered rollout.

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