What will meetings look like, ten years from now? Will they even still be called meetings?
A couple of years ago, real time collaboration would typically happen in boardrooms, with a whiteboard, coloured pens, and lots of coffee.
One of the main challenges of many schools today is providing an engaging learning environment to students.
Collaborative learning is a method of teaching and learning in which students team together to explore a significant question, or create a meaningful project.
Last week I read a great post by Forbes, “Why you absolutely should be sharing your crazy ideas in meetings” and I fully related to it.
Flexible working is on the rise, due to technological advancement, and the need for better work/life balance. Nearly half of people expected to be working remotely by 2020.
With today's technology, physical boundaries such as geographical distance are becoming less and less restrictive in the way business is done.
The benefits of working in a team, far outweigh those of working alone. Workload can be shared out, different skills are applied, there’s a boost to morale and team-building – the list goes on.
Meetings, stand-ups, huddles (whatever you choose to call them) come in all shapes and sizes and are attended by a wide-range of attendees: your team, your colleagues, suppliers, customers, vendors, third-party agencies.
One of the things we get asked often is “how secure is my data?” and “how secure is your solution when I’m wirelessly sharing content from my device to a screen?”
We know that security is front and centre when it comes down to deciding which wireless presentation system is to be used across an organisation’s meeting spaces.