Add Touchscreen Technology to Your Meeting Spaces
TAGS: Business Collaboration | Conference Room Technology | Inking | Interactive Display | Zoom
The nature of work and collaboration is changing. More powerful portable devices and new communication and collaboration software have radically changed the way information can be accessed and shared, speeding up decision making and changing the nature of workspaces as well.
We have discussed in the past the benefits of conference room technology and interactive displays for a variety of business and educational applications. Interactive displays can also improve collaboration. Just about everyone has a touchscreen smartphone, tablet, or other devices, and that has made the use of touch and gesture as common a way to interact with a computing device as a mouse, trackpad, and keyboard. Microsoft had also made touch interaction a standard part of the Windows operating system, popularizing desktop touchscreen monitors and displays on laptops that can double as tablets.
Turn Your Meeting Rooms Into Zoom Rooms
TAGS: Collaboration Technology | Conference Room Automation | Crestron Zoom Room | Video Conferencing | Zoom
If you haven’t heard of Zoom, you may be missing out on an incredibly productive platform for collaboration, business meetings, training, and more. Zoom enables anyone with a laptop, tablet, or smartphone to set up and hold video and audio calls, collaborate, and share information through a simple interface. So easily, in fact, that over 750,000 companies large and small use Zoom regularly.
But Zoom is more than just a desktop video conferencing application. It’s a platform designed to bridge together most of the ways that modern organizations collaborate. In your office, you may have meetings of various sizes going on - from smaller huddle rooms to executive boardrooms, to larger training rooms. Zoom web conferencing allows for collaboration from any of those rooms to another team across town or around the world.
Keep reading to explore the benefits of turning your meeting rooms into Zoom collaboration rooms in your Irving or Las Colinas business.
Check Out The Latest Conference Room Camera Features
TAGS: Collaboration Technology | Conference Room Automation | GoToMeeting | Skype | Video Conferencing | Zoom
Today’s technology lets us productively collaborate with colleagues, customers, suppliers, and vendors from Dallas to Plano or from Dallas to Shanghai. The tremendous popularity of collaboration software like Skype, GoToMeeting, Zoom, Slack and others have made it easy to share information and see and hear meeting participants almost like they were in the same room.
Another feature of collaboration is that it stretches the physical limits of meetings too. Whereas you might not have room for 40 people in a conference room, you could hold a presentation for 40 people through a video conference and still have attendees ask questions directly. But if you want to optimize the collaboration experience – whether it’s a 6 person meeting or a presentation to 40 – there is equipment that helps make sure the messages come across loud and clear.
In this blog, we’re going to focus on conference room cameras. Let’s take a look at some of the features you should consider to upgrade your video conference experience.