Meetings are considered
An IT manager typically faces 447.2 incidents with
meeting room technology every year and has to walk 41.4
km (almost the distance of a marathon) to deal with them.
of meetings that overrun,
do so because of problems
As people struggle with
Source: Dynamics Markets Limited 2010
Source: Cornerstone OnDemand: The State of the Workplace Productivity Report
of employees claim
there is not enough
in a decent way
And fail to collaborate
in the meeting room
as the gateway to collaboration
Presentation tools are today’s
number 1 priority when
updating meeting rooms
64% of leaders state meetings
would be more efficient if they
could view information from
more than one person on screen
8 out of 10 European business
leaders expect technology to make
meetings more productive
Source: Meeting room of the future survey by Barco
Ability to be
Ability to collaborate
Cornerstone OnDemand: The State of the Workplace Productivity Report
Work applications: What matters most to employees?
What are the employees’ expectations?
to the organization?
And what matters
SWITCHSWITCHto consider when updating your facility
6 simple things
How do you choose?
Who is in your
• People bring their own devices
(laptop, smartphone, tablet) yet
68% claim they can not share from
their personal devices today
• 33% of meetings include non-
• Everybody will be in your
Who is in your
• And all of them have
something to share!
• Fast switching of content
• Over multiple screens
• From any platform
• By anybody (in the meeting)
• Changing on the fly
Integration with videoconferencing and other
enterprise systems (e.g. Polycom, Crestron, AMX)
Managing your install base if you have # rooms
From presentation to
Audio & Video Mac & PC Android & iOS Single room & multi-room
Single screen, dual screen
or auxiliary screen?
Standalone solution or integrated
into company network?
Wired or wireless? Simultanuous
access to the screen & the internet
(without affecting bandwidth)