The next normal will include travel — but modified with extra safety measures to keep passengers and crew members healthy.
Conference room technology is evolving rapidly. Although there is still a place for the large, formal conference room, many businesses are pivoting to more impromptu collaboration with team members. This means more huddle spaces are necessary, but also that companies are looking for collaboration solutions that are mobile, productive and easy to use.
The conference and collaboration technology now in the marketplace is enabling these types of changes. With wireless connectivity and LED screens that don’t require the lights to be dimmed, end users can be more effective and productive when they do meet because it is finally simpler to connect, share content and collaborate.
Take the Samsung Flip, an innovative digital flipchart that lets teams collaborate effortlessly just as they always have. But unlike a traditional flipchart, the Flip has the added ability for end users to connect wirelessly, share content directly from mobile devices, write notes right on the screen, and automatically save and email those notes to all meeting participants.
To learn more about how conference room technology is evolving and how you can create the right collaboration environment for your business needs, watch this roundtable discussion with Vivian Jee, director of business development for HARMAN International, and Mike O’Halloran, business area manager for Samsung. They take a deep dive into the future of conference room technology as well as how best to approach designing conference rooms and selecting the right technology to ensure the best experience for end users.
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