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Montage Wireless Presentation System Debuts at World Of Learning

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 1, 2015 3:16:00 PM / by Eddie posted in workplace collaboration tools, wireless presentation system, Montage for Meetings

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The Montage team were in Birmingham, England for the annual World of Learning exhibition, bringing together the biggest and best of learning technologies. Held at the NEC, this was a chance for us to get the Montage box out of the building and in front of learning technology professionals.

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The Facts About BYOD - From Montage

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 28, 2015 3:25:00 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in BYOD, workplace collaboration tools, wireless presentation system

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With BYOD expanding into Bring Your Own Anything, with smart watches and even connected eyewear in recent times, businesses really need to get a handle on what this means for the workplace. It won't work to just hope it sorts itself out, if you expect your employees to continue reaping the benefits of BYOD, you need to be proactive in facilitating this.

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3 Ways To Enhance Your Interactive Whiteboard

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 31, 2013 11:34:52 AM / by Eddie posted in Collaboration, Guest Blogs, workplace collaboration tools

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Ever found yourself thinking: "that interactive whiteboard of ours was a pretty significant investment, if only we could use alongside our iPads and mobile devices?"

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How to Enhance Collaboration in a Small, Distributed Team

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 17, 2013 2:37:41 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Guest Blogs, workplace collaboration, workplace collaboration tools

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Collaboration within small groups is something that, on the face of it, should be easy to do, the thinking being that in a group of 2 or 3, communication, to-dos and organisation is easy to manage. However, small group collaboration still needs a lot of thought when it comes to things like roles, goals and tools for the job. 

To help us understand how collaboration works in small, distributed teams, we caught up with Matt Johnston, a web designer based in California but working on the designing of a website and discussion forum with 2 other team members, one based in Ireland and the other in Europe.  

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