Wireless Presentation Systems should always encourage people to share and work together on ideas, no matter where they are. When it comes to presenting ideas from your mobile device to the main meeting room display, it's important that proximity to the meeting room does not become a barrier.
Montage Wireless Presentation System is deployed in meeting spaces right across the globe and we're always hard at work behind the scenes to ensure our customers can cast their displays quickly, at high resolution and in a reliable, scalable way.
Those organisation's looking to prosper in the information age recognise the importance of collecting, assessing and utilising all available expertise. Each person brings to the table his or her own skill set which can be used to contribute to the overall success of a given body of work.
Talk to someone in an organisation about why Technology X gets used a lot and Technology Y is gathering dust, you'll hear several reasons for success and failure...
Please Remove Your Shoes - A post About Technology in Meeting Rooms
Last week I visited a friend and, as always, as soon as I stepped into his hallway, I kicked off my shoes and set them neatly beside all the other pairs of shoes in the hall.
How to Identify Collaborative Workers and Why They Are Key to Enterprise Success.
An assumption: Ask a CEO, CTO or CIO if they would like their organisation to be more collaborative and 9 times out of 10, you'll probably hear them answer YES. Of course. Who wouldn't?
It's fair to say that Wireless Presentation Systems, systems that allow meeting attendees to wirelessly stream what's on their screen to a large display, have exploded in popularity over the last 3-4 years.
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Why multiple ideas from multiple sources help build innovation & what you need to start thinking about when deploying a collaborative whiteboarding solution.
In their book, Ideation: The Birth and Death of Ideas, Graham and Bachmann propose a host of ways individuals and organisations can innovate. The list, by no means exhaustive, looks at the revolutionary ideas of Marxism which break away from rational thought, to serendipitous discoveries, like Penicillin, which happen by coincidence and to philosophical ideas which live, mostly, in the minds of the creator.
Simon stopped the meeting cold. He said he just didn't understand what was being presented, it made no sense and if he's confused, his customers were going to be more confused.
So Chris took it from the top and went over the pitch again. Speaking into his PC, he walked through the ideas, checking in with Simon along the way.