Implementing new technology can be met with skepticism and fear from colleagues outside of the IT department. With encouragement and a bit of training, those concerns can subside over time. The end result for IT should be to have colleagues feel confident in using new technology without putting a strain on the IT department.
When it comes to communication, especially through wireless presentations, having an easy-to-use tool is key! It reduces the amount of involvement IT needs to have in meeting organization, especially in setting up and/or breaking down conference room hardware and software. The user has more control over the technology and can be his own director in how content is shared through the presentation across devices and platforms.
Wireless presentations are meant to create new means of communication and collaboration across teams. The tools to support them do not need to be complicated. In fact, the purpose of any new technology should be to simply operations. Therefore, IT should seek solutions that will improve upon or create new workflows that benefit the business.
Ubiq’s enterprise solution provides access and security through single sign-on (SSO) and data encryption, all with a simple click. Presentations are activated in 10 seconds or less, empowering the user minimal need for IT assistance. IT team members do not have to be “on call” to manage presentations or provide full audio/visual connection support, unless it’s truly necessary.
With Ubiq, IT resources can review an all-in-one cloud-hosted management dashboard to monitor usage from a central location. The dashboard provides real-time analytics and performance status information to track activities connected to the presentation, down to a specific meeting participant. The ability to conduct performance maintenance checks without having to having to enter a conference room promotes efficiency. There’s no longer the need to manage each individual meeting and the technology supporting it.
Wireless presentations are meant to bring teams together to perform meaningful work without boundaries. That includes your IT team. The team can now be a part of the conversation rather than waiting on the sidelines until someone needs help. It’s time to empower your colleagues and free your IT team to focus on higher priority tasks and projects.