A Microsoft Teams Signature Room is a dedicated meeting space that is designed to provide the best possible experience for hybrid meetings. It includes a set of hardware and software that is specifically optimized for Microsoft Teams, as well as a carefully designed layout that promotes collaboration and engagement. Microsoft provides design guidance for Signature Rooms using a Jabra Panacast50. In this blogpost, we look at a possible Teams Signature Room layout that uses the Poly Studio E70 camera. Caveat: The information here does not represent any official guidance from HP | Poly or Microsoft. However, it is a real design that has been used in an actual signature room.
- Improved collaboration and engagement: The layout of a Signature Room is designed to ensure that all participants, whether in-person or remote, can see and hear each other clearly. This helps to promote collaboration and engagement, which can lead to better decision-making and outcomes.
- Seamless integration with Microsoft Teams: Signature Rooms are tightly integrated with Microsoft Teams, so users can easily join and start meetings, share content, and collaborate on documents. This can save time and hassle, and help to keep meetings running smoothly.
- High-quality audio and video: Signature Rooms are equipped with high-quality audio and video equipment, which ensures that meeting participants have a clear and engaging experience. This is important for hybrid meetings, where some participants are joining remotely.
- Easy to set up and use: Signature Rooms are designed to be easy to set up and use, even for non-technical users. This makes them a good choice for organizations that want to get started with hybrid meetings quickly and easily.
Below is the Plan View of a Teams Signature Room using the Poly Studio E70 camera: