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BYOD and the new demands for group collaboration in Education and Corporate

Vivitek
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 08-06-2015
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Create DateJune 8, 2015
Last UpdatedJune 26, 2015

Emerging audio-visual and ICT technologies are rapidly changing our workplaces, schools and higher education establishments. Wireless technology makes it possible to share content from various participants using their personal tablet or smartphones and combine this on a centrally projected screen for discussion.

Increasing use of tablets is driving the trend towards what is known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) practices in business and education. The growth in use of smartphones and tablets in education and business has been assisted by ever faster and easier internet access and cloud storage such as Dropbox or Google Drive allowing easy storage of high data presentation files, video files etc. outside of a company’s IT network.

The next step is now to integrate the BYOD practices and faster internet infrastructure with a more streamlined way to collaborate and engage when people walk into the classroom or meeting with their personal devices.

This AV white paper examines the benefits of BYOD and looks at the possible applications.


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byod_vivitek_whitepaper[2].pdf

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