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LEDs… failure is not an option

Brought to us from the bright lights of stadium advertisements, LED displays have shone their way into our boardrooms and offices. While their use in the business world is very different from that of stadium-sized displays, LED technology is establishing itself as the go-to large format display technology for good reasons. LED offers seamless images and a flexibility of scale and shape that cannot be matched by traditional large format displays and colour and contrast that comfortably outperforms projection. That said, these nifty little lights are not without their challenges.

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Creating a flexible, hybrid learning environment

After the pandemic, the acceleration of digital technology has shown that classrooms and lecture theatres need no longer be bound by physical walls, and can become a much more flexible environment. The education sector can benefit from the outcomes of using the right technology, to further the relationship between teacher and student even in a digital space.

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Help your people return to the office with 'plug-and-play' video meetings

In years gone by, companies have previously had to choose between high quality audio and video solutions that were typically expensive or complex, or personal webcams that were of a lower quality with the inability to include more than one individual. Even before the pandemic, this situation was quickly changing and now there are a growing abundance of solutions that can deliver a quality meeting experience.

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Webinar insights from Kinly + Pexip on video meetings in the hybrid era

As widely reported, COVID-19 has forced organisations into speeding up their digital transformation projects in order to accommodate the abrupt change in working habits created by the pandemic. It’s clear that the more traditional ways of working have now given way to a rise in video conferencing and a significant shift to a hybrid workplace. While some businesses have been used to this model through flexible working approaches, for many organisations this is a newer concept.

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The growth of Microsoft Teams and hybrid workplace considerations

As much of the world has become accustomed to working from home for the last 12 months, it has been crucial for businesses to remain agile and resilient when it comes to productivity and day-to-day operations. Video conferencing and online collaboration have quickly become the norm, with organizations of all sizes across all sectors quickly deploying new collaboration technology or building on existing technology. Thus ensuring communication channels remain open and cater for both the small minority still in the physical workplace (particularly in certain job roles and sectors) and the vast majority working remotely.

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