Present without wires (and tears)How wireless technology can make your working life far easier
Wireless tech. It’s a phrase that’s familiar to most. But one with far-reaching benefits that many businesses may not have encountered.
Discover the benefits of Panasonic’s PressIT wireless presentation system – benefits that reach way beyond simply mobility
Modernising your conference rooms with wireless presentation systems prevents meetings from becoming frustratingly delayed as a result of complicated connection issues or software installations.
With PressIT’s wireless screensharing technology, you won’t need to contend with any setup boxes, dongles or cables whatsoever. Just click, connect and present.2. It boosts collaboration
Once meetings are underway, wireless tech gives everyone the opportunity to provide input, even when not in the room, building – or even country.
Your work can be displayed on large or even multiple screens for all to see and contribute to, allowing conversations to remain fluid.
Plus, with just one click, any team member can join or lead the discussion, without productivity-sapping stops and starts as a result of cable or device changeovers.
The Panasonic PressIT wireless presentation system can connect to – and switch instantly between – up to 32 devices at one time, in multimode format and across four screens.
And quality isn’t compromised either. You’re still guaranteed full, crystal-clear HD resolution and smooth video content that’s free from delay and lag.
So your most important resources can easily be sent or shown in real-time, without holding up proceedings.
The ability to combine home office with head office is invaluable. But technology needs to support our hybrid workforce if businesses are to thrive and retain staff.
Employees need the flexibility to simply show up, switch on, and get started.
PressIT facilitates the growing bring your own device (BYOD) movement. Compatible with all operating systems, attendees can bring their own hardware to sessions, yet still participate and present – no extra software or app installations needed.
Plus, this plug-and-play wireless presentation system also lends itself to rapid machine connection, whatever the hard or software.4. It saves time, money and resources
The added bonus of BYOD is that it’s healthier for your IT budget. It reduces the need for expensive hardware upgrades and software spend, while lowering troubleshooting resource demands.
So whether your colleagues are on a laptop, tablet or smartphone, they can connect and interact seamlessly.
And thanks to the agile wireless setups and dynamic collaboration mentioned earlier, any time spent in meetings is used more efficiently.5. It helps attract top hires – and more clients
For the next generation of employees – and clients, too – flexible hybrid working, and BYOD capability will be a need-to-have, not a nice-to-have. They’ll also demand greater collaboration and more meaningful connections.
So providing wireless tech that not only supports but improves multiple device compatibility will allow organisations to attract, and retain, top talent.
In addition, those organisations with a wireless infrastructure that enables remote and hybrid working will be able choose from a wider pool of candidates as distance will no longer be a barrier to entry.
In short, wireless technology will be the catalyst for conducting more productive meetings, for saving time, for increasing the uptake of ideas, and for attracting a higher calibre of employee.
Working without wires will do far more than simply making the future of working life easier.
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