According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, millennials have overtaken the majority representation of the workforce in 2015. If companies want to retain and attract this millennial workforce, they need to cater to the types of trends and technologies that millennials are looking for in their work. We speak about different technologies that go hand-in-hand with the statistics of what millennials are looking for.
When Rutgers University’s Newark and Camden Law Schools began considering a proposed merger into one, 1,100-plus student entity encompassing both locations, they invested in an immersive telepresence solution.
At InfoComm 2015 Polycom revealed a number of new solutions set to revolutionize the way businesses collaborate. As a part of the RealPresence Platform, the company has revealed RealPresence Web Suite, Media Suite, and Cloud to the InfoComm crowd.
At InfoComm 2015 Oblong Industries announced the release of Mezzanine 3. The new update will allow for the addition of multiple corkboards, 4K content, audiovisual conferencing integration, and more.
Lou Chiorazzio recently spoke about the many aspects of Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) in an interview for AVI-SPL. Read on to learn more about this emerging trends that is becoming increasingly prevalent in the industry.
Jupiter Systems VP of marketing and strategic alliances opens up about the Canvas CRS-4K, targeting huddle spaces and working with enterprise clients.
At Polycom’s Experience Center in New York City on May 27, a number of industry leaders, Polycom executives, and members of the press gathered for a Workplace of the Future event. Presentations about trends in the workplace and collaboration, Polycom products now and moving forward, and customer success stories highlighted an informative day.
The CoSN 2015 CETL Summit offers tech leaders the chance to get together and learn from their peers. A major theme that emerged from the conference was communication. Here are tips on how CTOs can maximize their value by learning to communicate effectively with school stakeholders.
UMass Boston’s University Conference on Teaching, Learning & Technology held educational sessions on May 18, 2015, some of which covered technologies that can boost classroom collaboration and accessibility to ADA compliant technologies for students with disabilities.
The Synthesis software is what makes the Cascade system a collaborative juggernaut. For organization, the software allows for an unlimited amount of users to create different projects, and save chapter within those projects. As for working on the wall, the Synthesis software allows for intuitive ease-of-use.