Collaboration & Productivity
There’s no denying the fact that when it comes to getting everyone connected quickly, nothing beats wireless. Cabled connections certainly still have their place as a backup or in certain rooms with static setups, but more and more people are embracing the flexibility of wireless connections in the workplace and the agility that they provide.
The crux of the matter is that wireless connectivity really does save time and nowhere is this more evident in the meeting room than with wireless presentation devices. W
Your meeting space can have a lasting impact on your team’s productivity. The layout and, according to multiple studies by colour psychologists, even the decor of your meeting room can affect the efficiency of your workforce and their ability to get things done.
While you might be stuck with the drab grey or a bland beige on the walls, don’t let your technology solutions be another excuse for reduced productivity. If you want to get the best from your team, maximise your meeting room’s potential with wireless presentation systems to enable colleagues to collaborate easily.
Barco research, which measured employee stress
Collaborating as a team can be both rewarding for employees and profitable for business. Research by Deloitte Australia highlighted the worth of group participation in a study titled The Collaborative Economy: Unlocking The Power of the Workplace Crowd, in which it revealed that businesses that place collaboration high on their agenda are twice as likely to be profitable and twice as likely to outgrow their competitors.
Technology has been instrumental in the rise of collaboration as workers can now exchange content for feedback or share their input instantly with colleagues onsite and those working remotely from almost anywhere in the world. Development in the ease with which teams can access and engage with technology has further changed t
As more and more employees sync up their personal smartphones, tablets and laptops with their work correspondence, BYOD, or ‘bring your own device’ technical policies are becoming increasingly common in businesses the world over, blurring the lines between our working and personal lives.
From a business perspective, properly managed, this brings some enormous benefits. However, the unpredictability of the multiple operating systems and connectivity ports that inevitably comes with such a variety of devices, cre
Interactivity in meetings is essential for retaining the attention of your colleagues and maximising productivity and while teams and workplace atmosphere have their roles to play, technology is what will make the real difference in a truly interactive meeting room.
Large displays that people can connect to from their own personal devices, high quality video conference and communications software, touchscreens that enable multiple team members to interact with the display at once … devices like these are key to improving colleague engagement and collaboration in the meeting space. In this article, we’ll expand on this and look in more detail at why it’s so important to provide the tools that encourage interactivity in your workforce and highlight the agile technology solutions on the market today.
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As technology enables businesses to be increasingly dynamic in their operations, collaboration has become essential for sharing insights, expanding operations and ensuring that the company as a whole keeps pace with its industry. Collaboration brings together employees as one team - no matter where in the world the individuals are located.
In facilitating this growing demand for collaboration, the meeting room has had to change considerably in both size and function. From boardrooms to huddle rooms, meeting space has evolved to serve both formal presentations and smaller, impromptu group sessions at all levels of a business.
For businesses, providing the tools that enable this new style of collaboration is bringing excellent returns in the form of increased productivity and creativity.
Whether you purchased an interactive touchscreen, or a 65-inch 4K UHD display, there is a plethora of technology solutions on the market that will help you to get the most out of the focal point of your meeting room.
The obvious first question - which you will have considered prior to purchasing your screen (what do you mean you didn’t? Quick read our guide on choosing the right display for your meeting room here) - is where is the screen going to go and how will you install it?