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How Jabra is helping us feel less isolated

Could noise isolation help you feel less isolated? We think so!

January 12, 2021

How Jabra is helping us feel less isolated
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Most of us are working in a world with abundant distractions and technical difficulties. This new WFH culture makes it hard to understand each other, creating a feeling of extreme isolation.
In episode 166 of B2B Tech Talk, Keri sits down with GN Jabra’s Senior VP of Intelligent Vision Systems, Aurangzeb Khan. The two discuss… 
  • How Jabra solutions help remote workers collaborate more effectively
  • What solutions Jabra is planning for 2021
  • Five fast questions to do with the President’s Club and the future of technology
“Just like your fingerprint, your hearing is unique to you.” — Aurangzeb Khan

Jabra PanaCast for WFH and more

Whether you’re working from a coffee shop on your laptop, a parking lot on your mobile device or at home on your three-monitor setup, Jabra PanaCast adjusts uniquely to you.
A plug-and-play video solution, PanaCast improves your meetings by using three cameras and real-time video stitching. This solution provides a full panoramic-4K view of the room, allowing you to move about your workspace while still being visible to your colleagues.
Plus, Jabra’s revolutionary headset solutions adapt to you and your surroundings, no matter where you are. The professional-grade noise isolation ensures that your meeting cohorts can hear your voice and only your voice. And, of course, each of the different models uses high-grade noise-canceling technology.
Moving into 2021, Aurangzeb points out that Jabra will continue redefining communication technology so that you don’t have to focus on the technology at all—just your conversation.

The Fast Five

In this episode of the President’s Club series, we asked Aurangzeb five rapid-fire questions concerning the club and the future of technology.
Q: What are the biggest benefits of being in the President’s Club?

A: The program allows vendors to have a growth-based goal and alignment. We’ve been a part of it for a while and have had great success with it. We’re able to engage with the entire sales organization, in addition to showcasing our own creative events and products. It’s been a really good way to build alignment and to grow together quickly.

Q: What’s the most inspirational book you’ve read this year?

A: A book by Stephen Covey called The Speed of Trust and then lately I’ve been getting into The Future is Faster Than You Think by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler.

Q: What has been your favorite movie or TV show that you’ve binged this year?

A: I just had the chance to watch The Queen’s Gambit about a young chess prodigy and really enjoyed that—highly recommended.

Q: What has been the biggest lesson that you’ve learned either personally or professionally in 2020?

A: I think it’s just unbelievable how resilient people are—how we can all adapt to all kinds of unbelievable internal and external pressures.

Q: In one word, where do you see technology going within the next year?

A: Acceleration.

Learn more about Jabra PanaCast. Find more on how Jabra helps teams work from anywhere.