Collaboration means different things to different people. Video conferencing, presenting, annotating, sharing content in real time, or just working on an interactive whiteboard. Here are 22 products from InfoComm 2017 that will help you collaborate.
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Traditional conference cameras are not made for huddle rooms. Logitech Meetup conference camera is designed for these small meeting spaces and launches at InfoComm 2017.
Announced at Infocomm 2017, InFocus ConX ecosystem offers cloud-based video conferencing services to a broad array of software and hardware endpoints, and enables real-time collaboration.
BTX highlights new technologies in bigger InfoComm 2017 booth that will feature games, giveaways and balloons to mark five decades in business.
Check out Bogen in booth #5861 at InfoComm 2017 to see its Nyquist IP-based communications platform and ALA-C1 linear array column loudspeaker.
The partnership introduces new capabilities to unite the Polycom enterprise room experience with the Zoom cloud service using Zoom Connector for Polycom.
Logitech moves into the small meeting room space with its premier conference camera solution for huddle rooms with Logitech MeetUp.
Digital signage has grown up. It’s now more powerful and intuitive than when it first came onto the scene. Typically platforms are cloud-based and everything can be accessed through a web browser – i.e. no software to download. There are various roles and permission levels that can allow more people (even students) to be involved […]
The Mezzanine collaboration platform helps creators collaborate to bring a new level of creativity to the CBS show 48 Hours: NCIS.
Videoconferencing is a way to allow students in the classroom to transport to various places, speak to various people, and expand horizons. It can help teachers as well.