Wireless presentation solutions are quickly becoming a must-have for most organizations. By 2020, 59% of the global workforce will be comprised of “natural collaborators” – Millennials and Generation Z employees that are most comfortable with updated technology. That’s only a year down the road, and that number will only increase to 100% over the following decade.
According to Gartner, by 2020 as well, the greatest source of competitive advantage for 30% of organizations will come from the workforce’s ability to creatively exploit digital technologies. It makes sense that organizations wish to provide technology that better enables the new workforce to produce and succeed. Pretty soon, however, it’s going to be mandatory to do so.
There are plenty of digital technologies to employ, but one of the most beneficial and easiest to install is wireless presentation technology. Well, easy to install if you’re able to cut through the clutter of myriad solutions on the market to find the one that will work best with your organization – and that the workforce will actually use.
There are plenty of complex wireless presentation solutions on the market. You’ll see them being set up ad nauseum by IT staff across the country, called to the meeting room again and again by employees that want their commercial tech to work as simply as the smartphones in their pockets.
Every technology manager knows the frustration of being called into a meeting five minutes after it was supposed to start in order to push the right buttons and plug in the right chords so that a wireless presentation technology works the way it should. How, then, do you choose a wireless presentation solution that not only provides the capabilities you need, but that the workforce will understand and embrace? Our June 19th webinar will give you the information you need:
- What is wireless presentation and why are there so many choices?
- How have meeting rooms and huddle spaces changed to necessitate wireless presentation?
- Understanding the different perspectives in decision making, from the C-Suite needs, to security protocols, to participant adoption, and everything in between.
- Wireless presentation features to consider: Ease of launch, amount of participants, IT friendliness, ease of set-up, resolution, capabilities, etc.
All of this and more will be answered in our webinar. After leaving the presentation you’ll have the knowledge and ability to choose a wireless presentation that makes everyone happy – those that mandate the technology, those that manage the technology, and those that use it day-to-day.