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.
A certain NYC law firm has leaned on IMS Technology Services for technology integration for over 3 years. IMS made some small modifications a few years back to the firm’s meeting room, but the time came to overhaul it. The customer had a tight timeline and IMS was tasked with meeting the timeline and full […]
Zurich Insurance Group is a worldwide company that covers large corporations, individuals, and all types and sizes of businesses in between. As it went about building a new North America headquarters in Schaumburg, Ill., a Chicago suburb, Zurich wanted to make sure the new corporate campus would have the collaborative technology to provide a “Zurich […]
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.
Brian Feldmann does not believe in business as usual. As Senior Communications Administrator for Cubic Corporation, he outsources system design and engineering for conference rooms around the world –but he handles the installations himself with the company’s local IT staff. That approach worked extraordinarily well in a customer demonstration center Feldmann rebuilt with the help […]
Logitech moves into the small meeting room space with its premier conference camera solution for huddle rooms with Logitech MeetUp.
A veteran teacher shares how she uses soundfield technology and audio systems to continuously take the pulse of her classroom.
The U.S. Department of Education has released its Higher Ed technology plan in order to help educators understand how technology can augment the historical aspects of education without losing tradition.
The Mezzanine collaboration platform helps creators collaborate to bring a new level of creativity to the CBS show 48 Hours: NCIS.