Questions we get asked at ESS

Myra Kressner - Apr 6th 2021

ESS concert technicians know how to make you look, sound and feel amazing!

As live performance technical professionals, we have made clients like Arianna Grande, Christina Aguilera, Carrie Underwood, Paul McCartney, Eagles, Pearl Jam, Don Henley, Madonna, Gwen Stefani,  and many others “Look, Sound and Feel Amazing”. We are now advising businesses of all sizes and industries that need creative ways to tell their story, sell their products and create a connection while not being in the same physical space-- as easily and affordably as possible.


Among the top questions we're asked at ESS most often are:

  • How do we set up, or design, the physical office and remote workspace to productively engage with each other long term?
  • What kind of equipment can help us effectively train people in remote locations?
  • How do we improve virtual interviews?


Our live performance expertise has created technical solutions to meet these business performance needs, including:

  • One-Touch Presentation Control – ESS proprietary Custom Programmed Meeting Control buttons give users simple and intuitive screen control so you can focus on the message and delivery, rather than trying to manage the technology. [link]
  • MyOnline Portable Pro is for on-the-go meeting control, or if you split your time between working remotely and hosting online events from your office. [link]
  • MyVideo ROAD Case - ESS delivers quality videos and photography to and from remote locations. The ESS MyVideo ROAD Case is the perfect solution for training, corporate communications, social media messaging platforms and so much more. [link]


But don’t take our word for it--here are experts from Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and 15 CEOs across all industries who reflect on Lessons Learned:



An image of a house blended with an office representing Hybrid Work. Are you ready to combine working remotely and in the office?

From Remote Work to Hybrid Work: The Tech You’ll Need to Link Home and Office - WSJ

"If you think going back to the office means the end of video calls, I have bad news for you," says Joanna Stern with The Wall Street Journal. "Expect most meetings from now on to have a video component and there to be even more cameras in the office—and not just in the conference rooms." “It’s hard to imagine going into an office now and all those little closed spaces that might have had a phone in them not being video enabled,” according to Logitech Chief Executive Bracken Darrell. He expects some companies to put webcams at hot-desk stations as well.



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Modern Conference meeting room with computers

Hybrid workplace considerations for a return to the office -

More Collaborative and Evolved Conference Rooms

“Conference rooms will experience a major makeover. While the future of the workforce is hybrid, conference rooms will still play a larger role than they did in the pre-pandemic office,” says Frank Weishaupt, the CEO of Owl Labs, a collaborative tech company revolutionizing how organizations of all sizes communicate.



Image: Cameron Casey | Pexels

Airplane over office buildings

15 CEOs Reflect on Their Pandemic Year and the Lessons They’ve Learned - WSJ

Brad Karp, chairman of the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, predicted his schedule will remain less hectic after the pandemic is over: “Personally, I can’t see myself reflexively flying cross-country for an hour-long presentation or meeting.”



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