As the global work landscape changes, more of your employees either work from home or spend at least part of their time engaging with others remotely. That means instead of PCs a lot of the daily process of work and business gets done via mobile devices and apps. And as team members alternate between home and office plus rely on their personal devices to share files and other content, it’s imperative to figure out new ways to display said content in a big screen format.
of European organizations expect to spend more on cloud-based services compared to 2017
CAGR growth in the enterprise file synchronization and sharing market during 2020-2025
Source: GlobeNewswire - 12.01.2020
Laptops and other PC platforms losing dominance as file sharing and overall business interaction moves to mobile/smart devices. Increasing reliance on chat, conferencing, and social apps
COVID-19 has pushed enterprises in this direction. Due to limitations on in person work, business activity has shifted to the cloud. Social apps and cloud storage allow people to work from home, and companies now basically rely on app and service providers for IT support
Whether at home or in the office, the rise of smart devices as the main work platform means if you want to present content, you need a smart projector. Smart projectors pair with Android and iOS devices easily, and arrive with apps and browsers installed
Professionals all over the world are adopting new work models. In place of face to face interaction and close quarters sharing, conference and chat apps have stepped in. These are backed by cloud storage, which serves as the core of sharing in remote, online-based work. Of course, that means every element in this new work method must interact seamlessly with smartphones and tablets, as these are the devices used by team members.
Having a smart projector allows for a small number of team members to set up a big screen presentation at the office while most other employees join from home.
Why do I need a projector if I’m working from home? Read more about how to reduce Zoom fatigue and how to set up a productive home offices for frequent video conference users .
If your company is ready to reopen, you might need a smart wireless projector as well for a safer return to work