Those predicting we’d all be back in the office full time by now were probably wrong. Hybrid environments are here to stay, as a new study from HealthEquity, via Forbes, shows employees prefer to work from home at least 3 days a week.
When I attend networking events, the inevitable “…so, what do YOU do?” question arises. Of course, promoting your company and making connections are the whole point of those things, but answering what seems like a simple question proved difficult.
You’ve made the decision, it’s time to update your technology, but what now? We have formulated your go to guide to how to update your technology. If you follow this list, you will come out with a result of a wonderful solution and minimal hassle and stress.
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Are you exhausted trying to determine which audiovisual solution best fits the needs of your meeting space? The options available for conference room technology can seem endless and we understand it can feel burdensome trying to make your decision. Luckily for you, we are here to help make this process easier!
It's time to design your meeting space. Whether you're starting from scratch or updating your current workspace, there are numerous details to consider during the design process. Smarter Systems specializes in room design and below are seven key points we suggest thinking about when designing your conference space.
In the midst of this Coronavirus (COVID-19) disruption to our lives and businesses, if you’re anything like me, you are wondering how long until we get back to “normal”? I long for the days of seeing my teams gathered around a conference room table, collaborating on a new idea or discussing an upcoming project. I want to be able to grab lunch with a co-worker and connect face-to-face. I want to sit down in my office for a one-to-one with a direct report, instead of using video conferencing to discuss our goals for the month. Don’t you?
I have always found myself an interested observer of other businesses and business models. I guess it's the entrepreneur in me—what a time to be watching what others are doing with their company. From crisis to calm, some are in their busiest season ever while others are shutting their doors. I find a majority are in the middle. They are weathering this storm, and those that learn to leverage this time will come back stronger.
Some of the most important decisions happen inside conference rooms. It’s typically the heart of a business and hopefully where you celebrate many successes. That’s why it’s so important to get it right. While there are a million ways to make a conference room work, there is one way to ensure it’s a failure: get the display size wrong.
In today's workplace, the most common challenge our clients say they face is the time it takes to get a meeting started. When they walk into a conference room, they want to begin immediately. Time is valuable, and the number of meetings spaces are often limited. Losing meeting time connecting to the room's technology is inefficient and frustrating.