Hangouts + Chromebox for meetings: Even more reasons to meet face-to-face

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Note: Fill out the form on the right to watch the on-demand Hangout on Air, which was held on Tuesday, August 19. You will receive an email with a link to the recording shortly.

No matter how things change, a face-to-face conversation is still the fastest and simplest way to communicate. Using Hangouts lets teams collaborate over video meetings across smartphones, tablets and computers. And dedicated Chromebox for meetings devices extend these video meetings to any room.

For IT leaders—especially Google Apps customers—enabling your organization to collaborate better has never been as simple, beautiful, or secure. Join this Hangout on Air to hear about:

  • Updates we made to enhance reliability and support for Hangouts
  • New features to Chromebox for meetings to transform your meeting rooms
  • Key reasons why it's even simpler to get everyone on video meetings

Featured Speakers

Feng Xu

Rob Gray

Chrome for Business

Rob is on the Chrome for Business team at Google, where he helps businesses discover and adopt products like Chromebox for meetings and drives global activation.


Ronald Ho

Product Manager, Hangouts

Ronald is a product manager at Google who enjoys building products that help people work and study better together. These products have included Google Sheets, Google+ for businesses and schools, and most recently, Hangouts for businesses and schools.


Vidya Nagarajan

Product Manager, Chromebox for meetings

Vidya is a product manager working on enhancing collaboration for the cutting edge business. She’s had over 14 years of experience in cloud computing, specifically in the enterprise space. At Google, some of her accomplishments include leading the vertical solutions strategy and building enterprise features for Chrome devices to power businesses and education.


As of August 2014, Chromebox for meetings is currently available in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and soon to be available in the United Kingdom and Japan.