I've been tasked with helping layout the conference room space in our new office. We'd use the space to collaborate with team members as well as staff training. Are there any conference room presentation or networking technologies I should look into?
One really cool technology to look into is a wall covering which mimics a whiteboard surface. Its applied over top of an existing wall, and allows dry-erase markers to be used directly on the wall.
Just beward of ghosting with those wallcoverings: it's not as good as the 'real deal' and the first time someone uses a Sharpie... . Look into using back-painted glass (yes, it comes as magnetic too) as an alternate, on stand-office or on clips: everyone has them but here is one site to get you started www.clarusglassboards.com/
Talk with a local DIRTT representative about their ability to embed a monitor, or monitors, into their plug-and-play glass walls too. Yep, writing surface PLUS monitor in one.
Thanks for the input. We're currently using webex gotomeeting to help collaberate with consultants but currently just have a desktop in the conference room hooked up to the 55" LED. Issues have popped up when vendors come in with their own laptops. Going to have to figure out a way to better have them access the LED.
one item we found handy was a ceiling mounted document camera connected to the video conferencing. Throw the plans on the conference table, and everyone can review them in real time.
Start with some of our most frequented solutions or visit the Installation and Licensing Forum to get help installing your software.