Learn about the large-format displays and virtual reality technology that Samsung offers to support collaboration and learning in the higher education classroom. Shari Sentlowitz, Samsung’s senior manager of education solutions, shares the criteria you should consider when adding collaboration technology to the classroom.
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With the Tely 200 video endpoint, you bring HD video conferencing into your huddle spaces. It connects with the cloud-based video service of your choice, and can start meetings with just one click.
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The Tely 200 Evaluation Guide explains, with screenshots, how easy it is to set up a Tely 200 endpoint.
The Tely 200 Quick Reference Card is a handy resource with the steps to connect to a meeting and share your laptop content during a video conference.
Wainhouse Research reviews the Tely 200 Video System and the Tely Portal, a back-end management portal. The Tely Portal allows administrators to configure, update, and manage each Tely 200 endpoint. Wainhouse’s evaluation includes hands-on testing of Tely 200 system installation, meeting experience, and the Tely Portal’s monitoring and management capabilities.
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Tely Portal is the cloud-based management platform that can help you deploy, configure, and manage your Tely video endpoints. Use it to configure, update, and troubleshoot endpoints from the administrative dashboard. Administrators can also received detailed reports on call activity for in-depth analysis.
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As organizations focus more on collaboration, they need to have the right supporting technology, and build employee engagement. To improve collaboration at your organization, you need to understand where you stand with your current strategy so you can develop a plan of action.
Learn how to ensure collaboration success with this eBook, “Work Is Changing: People Will Be the Key to Your Success.”
As smart meeting rooms gain in popularity in the workplace, facilities managers need to understand the steps they can take to incorporate technologies and capabilities that empower their companies and fellow employees. This is where the Internet of Things (IoT) has tremendous value — and why it’s a prominent topic of conversation among businesses, educational institutions, and the public sector.
This guide looks at the issues facilities managers should consider when looking to bring the power of IoT into their meeting spaces. IoT is not new, but its value is gaining prominence as companies look for ways to improve productivity, efficiency, and overall workplace satisfaction. Learn about IoT’s ability to benefit organizations with regard to:
- Space planning and facility renovations
- Monitoring and analyzing devices and room usage
- Reserving and scheduling rooms
Read “Facilities Manager’s Guide to IoT in Meeting Spaces” >
Experts from AVI-SPL, and other systems integrators and architects address the challenges of working together to create spaces that are functional and have the recommended design and feel. Read this InAVate article, “Architects Take a Space First Approach.”
Do you know the true cost benefits of the Microsoft Surface Hub when compared to a standard multi-technology solution? The white paper, “Group Collaboration in the Modern Workplace: Building the Business Case for Microsoft Surface Hub,” breaks down the hard and soft benefits of the all-in-one collaboration solution. Download the paper to learn about how the Surface Hub:
- Further Drives Company-wide collaboration
- Supports BYOD (bring your own device) initiatives
- Enables businesses to better support a mobile workforce
- How easy it is to host a truly collaborating meetings
Download the white paper to learn how the Microsoft Surface Hub cuts cost and increases productivity.
Today’s worker wants to meet, socialize, and collaborate when the needs arise. And they want tools that allow them to share and work on content, whether in person or with remote workers. Download this tech paper, “Adapting a New Way to Work: How to Design Successful Open Collaboration Spaces,” to learn how to create spaces that facilitate collaboration through:
- Easy, non-disruptive content sharing
- Natural and responsive interactive displays
- Remote access with complete control capabilities
- Simple touch control technology
Today’s workers want solutions where all those features are integrated and easy to control from one place. One such solution is the Microsoft Surface Hub that combines features like dual wide-angle cameras, multi-touch functionality, Skype for Business, and many more into its intuitive design. Download the tech paper to learn how to design work-friendly open collaboration spaces.
By using enterprise-proven solutions to streamline work processes, government agencies can improve processes that lead to cost savings and more efficient use of resources. Many of these technology solutions make compliance with federal mandates easier to achieve and help reduce the government’s environmental footprint.
This paper discusses common work challenges and four enterprise solutions that agencies can adopt to enable and improve internal and external collaboration, including huddle rooms and intelligent building control.
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