Jabra (http://www.jabra.com/), a world leader in hands-free audio solutions, launched its new Jabra MOTION Office wireless headset today.
The Jabra MOTION Office wireless headset, which delivers triple connectivity for mobile, softphone, or deskphone through Bluetooth (http://www.jabra.com/headsets-and-speakerphones/all-products/bluetooth?ref=mega) technology, is created specifically as a solution for knowledge workers, remote teams, and employees sharing an office work space. In a world where working from different locations every day is the norm, the need for seamless and stable connectivity becomes crucial.
"The main objective with the Jabra MOTION Office has been to let knowledge workers and remote teams gain the full benefits from their mobile devices and collaboration technologies. The Jabra MOTION Office is the headset which bridges the gap between the users and the promise of productivity and innovation, allowing the free flow of information," said
More companies are adopting the 'hot desking' philosophy in which people share work spaces and laptop docking stations native to this type of office environment. The Jabra MOTION Office base can serve as a community desktop docking station, pairing with any other Jabra MOTION headset, and creating an instant work space for the visiting user.
The Jabra MOTION Office concept is that technology should adapt to the user – not the other way around – and the Jabra MOTION Office delivers a full set of intuitive features that enable knowledge workers, remote teams, and mobile workers to focus on the job at hand.
"The new knowledge worker belongs to a fast-growing group of employees with a need to tap into the knowledge and expertise of their professional network – inside or outside the company 24/7," explained
All it takes is a simple tap, and Jabra MOTION literally follows the user's every move. Using the latest motion sensor technology, the headset adapts volume to fit the changing sound environment. And with triple connectivity for both mobile, softphone, or deskphone, it allows the user to move from the office to the open road in one smooth transition, connecting to all your phones with one headset, and transferring calls between phones as you head out the door.
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