When individuals struggle to access or obtain information they need to perform their jobs, organisations suffer. Sharing our knowledge and skillsets with each other is crucial for an organisation to advance.
According to the report “Collaboration, Innovation, Flexibility – Making Sense of Meeting Room Technology Spend” by FutureSource, the corporate meeting room technology space and the landscape is evolving rapidly, with the market demanding a broader spectrum of feature sets and technologies than ever before.
As you’re already aware, our agile team at DisplayNote Technologies is constantly adapting and updating our solutions to keep up with customer needs and recommendations.
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.
Traditional meetings are typically boardroom-style meetings, with everyone sitting around a large table. The number of people vary. There is usually a presentation, with someone leading the meeting, and others listening. Probably taking down notes with a pen and paper.
Is it time to reconsider wireless presentation dongles?
As an IT professional, you know you need to put wireless presentation tools in the hands of your colleagues. Not only are they a better experience for the user, allowing them to join and contribute to a meeting with no fuss – they’re also a better option for your meeting spaces.
Throughout my career, there have been countless times when I’ve wanted to respond this to meeting requests.
“No, I don’t want to attend your meeting”.
But this would have come across as rude, or selfish, or that I wasn’t a team player, or I lacked commitment to the company.
Don’t get me wrong – I didn’t dislike all meetings. In fact, a lot of the time they were necessary, and helped with my work.
But let me explain the reasons why I may not have wanted to come to your meeting.
The summer months may be a quiet period for some, but at DisplayNote Technologies we’ve been working hard to bring continued updates to our Montage Wireless Presentation System.
Today’s business world is moving at what seems like breakneck speed. Customer demands are changing rapidly, products seem to come and go, the Facebook mantra of ‘move fast and break things’ is replacing the longer, traditional development cycles.