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Collaboration Across The Supply Chain - Why Bother?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 26, 2017 5:15:41 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Huddle roooms,

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Let's be straight: collaborative working is hard work. It takes everyone involved to be fully committed and it requires on-going attention and it needs support in order to sustain it. It's even harder as more people get involved: people from different organisations, with different objectives than yours and different cultures, locations and different reasons for even existing. 

All of this complexity is typical of a supply chain. So, given that complexity and given how difficult it is, you'd be forgiven for asking, why even bother? Can we not just do our thing like we always have? Why do we need to work closely with a supplier?

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5 Reasons to Embrace Huddle Rooms

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 19, 2017 5:05:35 PM / by Grainne Elliott - Head of Digital Strategy posted in Collaboration, Huddle roooms,

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Walk into any modern office today and you will find lots of open space, possibly a games room, chill out zones, break out zones and even swings. You might think….swings?….in an office?… that’s crazy! BUT,  when you think of some of the top performing companies in the world, like Facebook, Google, Apple, the spaces they use to create some of the planet’s best loved products, will feature things like swings, slides and hammocks. 

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The Large Format Touch Display Evolution at ISE 2016

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 29, 2016 1:18:25 PM / by Eddie posted in Enterprise, Huddle roooms,, ISE 2016

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ISE 2016

Now that the world’s best attended trade show for professional AV & electronics systems, ISE 2016, is over, it’s time to reflect and tothink back about one area of the show that's seen huge changes in the last few years: the large format touch display. We ask ourselves - how have they changed, what does the future look like and what are users and manufacturers doing with them.  

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New Battleground of Conference Room with Wireless Presentation Systems

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 15, 2016 9:14:00 AM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in BYOD/BYOT, Collaboration, Engaging Audiences, Enterprise, Huddle roooms,

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Consider this scenario: you need the main meeting room at 14:30 for 2 hours. no dice it's booked.  You could book it for 1600 but the meeting before that might not get started on time, so you think about booking it for 1630 but then decicde that's tool ate in the day to do any meanigful work, so you check tomorrow's planner.  Meanwhile your competitor has no such productivity bottlenecks and steals a march on you. 

It doesn't have to be this way. In conference rooms across the planet, there's a constant war being waged - a war over time, a war over cables and connections - a battle of bandwidth and of scheduling, sometimes the most intense fighting is over something as simple as space, chairs or plug sockets... How can we alleviate this? How can we bring peace to the conference rooms of the world?

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