19-21 Aug 2020
International Convention Centre Sydney

Unified Communications

Renewed focus on collaboration as demand for remote working grows

Work habits have changed and the demand for remote working is on the rise. Driven by our geographical location, changes in working culture and more recently, global events, advances in collaboration technology have never been more relevant.

Introducing Bose Work

Bose Work solutions bring the simplicity and clarity of Bose to the boardroom with conferencing and unified communications products.

Clickshare Conference from Barco

Barco welcome a new member to their Clickshare family, bringing closer collaboration and immersive conference experience.

Why no one is using that collaboration system

Collaboration is AV ‘s biggest buzzword. It’s been used to describe everything from wireless screen sharing to interactive flat panels to teleconferencing to cloud-based file sharing apps. But successful implementation isn’t always about technology, sometimes it can have some very human flaws rendering huddle spaces ghost towns

Should Marketing and IT departments merge?

With the increasing confluence between marketing and IT, will we see a merging of these roles in the future and what does that mean for AV teams?

G Suite: Focus on what matters

Google have introduced new assistive features in G Suite to help businesses focus on what matters.

The status of the Collaboration Technology Market: 2019 and beyond

According to the latest industry research conducted by Integrate, the Collaboration Technology market in Australia and New Zealand is rapidly evolving in the AV category and is expected to experience strong growth and demand in the next five years.

Logitech Sync: Scale made simple

Logitech Sync is a fresh approach to remote monitoring and device management, making it easy to support large-scale video deployments all from from simple browser based interface.

Attracting the best global talent via IT and AV

Unlike previous generations, a career does not need to be made in an office environment or indeed within the confines of the country in which you live. As corporates seek to attract the best talent from around the world, offering technology that delivers flexibility and mobility to staff is essential.

The Explosive rise in collaborative workspaces

Oct 20, 2019 Smart Building

Recent research from Knight Frank showed the number of co-working spaces in Australia grew by 297% between 2013 and 2017, representing 0.6% of the nation’s office stock. It has been enabled by improvement in technology that allow workers to collaborate effectively from different locations.

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