Summary: Your organization is home to meeting spaces and conference rooms designed to help employees communicate and collaborate. But when
Summary: Solutions Architect, Mark Klooster, shares five signs that it’s time to upgrade your meeting room technology. Does your current AV
Hybrid meetings have changed how we view communications and collaboration in business environments. For large enterprise organizations, it
No more lackluster meetings. That’s the refrain we hear from Fortune 1000 companies regarding all-hands or executive town hall meetings.
As small- and medium-sized business owners know, it’s not always possible to access the same technology resources and tools that Fortune
Another variant surge and shifting vaccine guidelines for large employers means the great return to office is delayed. Again.
There are pandemic-era IT problems that require your immediate attention, but you can’t solve these problems just for today. From meeting
Smart buildings in science fiction are so smart they can predict your every need. They develop personalities of their own; they can turn
Four strategies to help foster more collaboration in a hybrid work world
Editor’s Note: Kay Sargent serves as Director of WorkPlace at HOK – a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. She
One of the biggest lessons the pandemic taught companies worldwide is that with just a meeting invite and a click-to-join solution, you’re
Even before COVID-19 hit, there was a shift toward tech-enabled collaboration. Companies that made an investment pre-pandemic were ahead of
Walk into a typical meeting room. It has a wall-mounted display, a way to hardwire in your computer, and a phone system.
You’ve likely seen digital signage in places like Times Square or the Vegas Strip, but you don’t have to be the Rockettes to take advantage
Those who are part of the post-millennial generation, Gen Z, spend all of their time online.
Senior leadership at companies across the world worry about the impact the pandemic has had on productivity.
Proactive organizations now have plans in place to create safe work environments that protect employees as they return to work. Diminishing
The million-dollar question on everybody’s mind is, “when will we return to the office?”
Nearly every state in America is reopening following the pandemic and, by some estimates, almost 40 percent of remote workers eagerly await
People across industries want to get back into the office, but not without fear that viruses wait for their arrival. Organizations across
Zoom, Microsoft and Cisco have been making headlines in the past few months because of their collective endeavor to solve a complex problem
Technology moves too fast sometimes. The rate of change leaves some businesses and organizations scrambling, while others simply lag too
You’ve heard this story before. A CIO asks his or her team to help solve a big problem and they spend months framing up a solution. The
Projectors have been part of workplace technology for generations, and they've come a long way.
All-hands meetings for large companies can be complicated to orchestrate and pull off successfully. But while these meetings are enormous
In today’s digitally-enabled workplace, employees and teams use a variety of collaboration tools to accomplish a single task.
Americans used to dress up—not just to attend job interviews, jury duty, and the opera—but to go places like the airport and the department
The technology in day-to-day life comes with a hefty dose of privacy concerns. People wonder how much technologies — like social media,
The average American worker spends more time working at the office than they do at home—7.9 hours compared to 3.1 hours. If that time is
Ask a Baby Boomer currently working in an office setting whether they are working in a high-tech, futuristic environment and they will
We’ve all pondered the old philosophical question, “If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, did it make a sound?”
When employees think of a healthy office environment, they may look at whether there are ergonomic workstations, comfortable break rooms,
There’s no place like home to get work done when you can’t or don’t need to make it into the office. Unless it’s a hotel, the beach, or
IT and audiovisual technologies are getting “cloudier” each year, and 2018 is no exception. The cloud services outlook is sunny and bright
When the fire alarm goes off at work, and you have to drop everything to obey the flashing lights, voice instructions, and the screeching
Soon, an artificially intelligent (AI) assistant may also be our instructor, friendly server, sales “person,” our support technician, and
Who hasn’t talked to their computer now and then?
In today’s mobile environment, video content is produced and distributed in almost every industry. Colleges and universities record
Video is rapidly becoming the communication medium of choice in many organizations because of its effectiveness in informing and engaging
As we become immersed in 2018, your visions of crushing New Year's Resolutions may be quickly replaced by the reality of buffering, low
While your next townhall or executive broadcast might not garner ratings like that of Game of Thrones, the technology behind your
Does every workday feel like an episode of MacGyver because you’re using duct tape and virtual paper clips to keep technology working just
Refreshing the technology at your organization can be an immense undertaking—evaluating solutions, juggling budget considerations, and
Timing is everything. At intersections, at the window of opportunity, and when replacing that old projector in the conference room. You
More than half of tech decision-makers say technology at their organization hinders the adoption of new technologies. But sometimes it’s
Imagine for a moment you walked into a bank and saw the employees using computers you remembered from the 1980s.
There are plenty of ways to waste time at work: long lunches, internet surfing, office gossip, and more. But some workplace time-sucks are
As our lives increasingly move online, passwords are a more critical and ever-present part of what we do day-to-day. Yet, tech experts say,