The workplace is constantly reinventing itself, demanding new technology to make enterprise collaboration and sharing much easier. In a hectic work environment, space can be limited and hooking up technology can be time consuming. That’s why growing businesses need more convenient and technology packed spaces accessible for conferencing and presenting.
Technology now allows us access files, work collaboratively on screen and stream data wirelessly. Upgrading your meeting room technology can seem like a costly investment but making meetings more effective can have big payoffs in terms of increased productivity and more efficient group collaborations.
Is your business taking advantage of the tools that it could be using that could save you money in the long run?
With many video facilities just getting used to working with HD resolution, is it time to jump into the world of 4K video? You bet it is, and Gefen’s GTB-HD4K2K-848-BLK Toolbox 4K Ultra HD 8×8 Matrix for HDMI is a good place to start. This matrix switcher can not only connect eight independent video streams with up to eight different displays, but it won’t take up any precious rack space.
This buyout closes a chapter in what was once Oregon’s most promising new tech sector. Planar Systems, a holdover from Oregon’s once thriving electronic display industry, plans to sell the company to a larger, Chinese display maker for $156.8 million, a 42 percent premium over Wednesday’s closing price. It’s the latest in a string of acquisitions over the past month for some of Oregon’s largest and best-known businesses.
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Polycom added advanced capabilities, extended benefits and cloud offers to the RealPresence Platform, making it today’s most complete, affordable and accessible method of building and harnessing the workplace of the future. “Polycom is creating new experiences that enhance the way people work, without changing the way they are used to working,” said Ashan Willy, Polycom Senior Vice President of Worldwide Systems Engineering and Product Management.
While collaboration relies on using the most flexible software solutions available, the right gear and its effective integration also has a profound implication for the ease of use, flexibility, and longevity of these meeting environments. At a basic level, understanding the room’s size and intended purpose, as well as the kinds of content that will typically be shared there, is fundamental to making the right choices.
The wind is roaring and howling at the entrance of a black hole into which you are about to descend. As you repel down into the cave, the opening of light disappears in the distance. Suddenly you’re at the end of your rope standing in pitch darkness, only able to see the 20-30 feet in front of you illuminated by your headlamp. It’s an experience few can have, but Dell helped make it possible for you to get a 360 degree view inside the world’s largest cave.
Forward-looking organizations continue to deploy video walls for strategic business advantage. According to market research firm DisplaySearch, the global large-screen display market is expected to grow 27 percent this year to more than 3-million units shipped, and video walls are contributing to that expansion.
Andrew Graley, director of Healthcare, Government and Education, EMEA at Polycom, discusses collaboration in the classroom and providing a suitable platform for learning. In a post-modern age of ubiquitous all-day high speed connectivity, students are finding their own ways to make use of the tools they have access to in order to learn. They are regularly adapting platforms intended for social interaction such as Twitter, Facebook and Skype, and turning them into make-do collaboration tools.