Providing recommendations for new technologies or innovations is a key and exciting part of the job for any consultant. Having been brought in to oversee an office relocation or refurbishment it’s important to not only understand how a particular product or system works, but how it can benefit the company you’re working with once things are up and running in the new, or new-look location.
ClickShare wireless conferencing and wireless presentation systems have been installed in tens of thousands of premises all over the world, helping companies to revolutionise the ways in which their teams collaborate internally and participate in meetings.
Whether fitted as part of an existing meeting room refurbishment or built into the design of a new huddle space in the new location, ClickShare is a popular choice among IT managers, commercial decision makers and employees using the solutions on a daily basis.
Let’s look at just what makes a ClickShare system such a popular and wise recommendation.
Reliable conferencing and collaboration systems
Businesses don’t have time for malfunctioning equipment or missing components. In offices around the world there are currently systems that don’t work because of outdated software and equipment, missing or damaged HDMI leads and incompatible peripherals.
ClickShare is not one of these systems and that is a clear, concise reason why so many consultants recommend ClickShare to their clients. Designed to work by connecting any Windows or Apple device to the central Base Unit - that you can intergrate in the company network as you prefer- to share content on a central meeting room screen, ClickShare is a fully wireless system operated through the ClickShare Button or Collaboration App
No period of installation or training is required as ClickShare works in a plug and play manner. Simply connect to the Base Unit, tap the Button or open the Collaboration App , and users will be able to start a meeting or sharing their screen from their chosen device. Even remote meeting is made easier with our wireless conferencing solutions.
94% says ClickShare is simple and intuitive to use
Protecting the system, and business, against security breaches
With any system connected to a company network these days there are risks. Cyber criminals are more advanced than ever before, as are their techniques, and that means that any recommendation must take security into account.
ClickShare is one of the most technically secure systems around today, and it has ISO 27001 certification
to back it up, as the only solution in the market. Each ClickShare system is developed through rigorous, detailed security testing including threat modelling and penetration testing to ensure that it can stand up to all current threats.
Not only that, new security updates can be downloaded automatically to each system through the remote, cloud-based XMS management platform enabling the IT department or administrators within the business to install upgrades that tackle online security risks as soon as they are identified.
Developed for the future, today
Built to perform now in terms of the overall quality of the system, not just its practicality, ClickShare is designed and developed to carry on performing in the months and years ahead. Rather than delivering immediate yet short-term benefits for the company, ClickShare systems are futureproofed meaning they can be updated through the cloud-based XMS management platform
to ensure that users reap the benefits of updated features and enhanced security.
This means that ClickShare is likely to carry on providing multiple benefits for the company even five years down the line. Where meeting room screens, peripherals and laptops may come and go during that time, a ClickShare system will continue to evolve and offer new features for users with each software update. ClickShare Conference
is triple agnostic, meaning that it is compatible with the AV USB-peripherals and unified communication (UC) technology used by your customers. This makes the ClickShare devices are compatible with the solutions and devices already installed.
Current features already include innovative annotation and touchback support which work with touchscreen devices to enable the user to make notes on slides and even swipe through the presentation without having to touch a keyboard or mouse – who knows what may follow in the years ahead?