Wish you could ink on CollaBoard’s canvas? Our latest release includes inking on the background and adds new, improved menus to the Surface Hub and Windows 10 devices, including large Windows 10-powered conferencing touchscreens. Let’s have a look at the app’s new exciting features.
There is something which is quite familiar for most of us. Not for all us, but for, I’d say 60 to 70% of us. And
This spring we had the chance to organize our first CollaBoard Roadshow. There are a lot of events out there throughout the entire year but,
Didn’t we all, at some point, dream of a device like the Surface Studio? A designer device with a great display, perfect size, unparalleled inking and a completely new peripheral: the Surface Dial. As it is perfect for creative work and high-level brainstorming, we just had to try CollaBoard on it. Here is how it went.
How is digitalization impacting the world of business, and which opportunities are there for individual companies? The First! Day conference, held on May 11th in Cham (Switzerland), focused on practical examples from real life. The event, organized by First Frame Networkers, featured speakers from IBV, Microsoft, and SBB, among others.
Co-creation and knowledge sharing are two key aspects when it comes to teamwork, even more so in the era of digital transformation. When working from the same location, these processes take place in a meeting room or on a shared desk with documents, flip charts and more, while discussing in person. What happens though when a team is spread across different locations, i.e. with a virtual team? Is there anything such as a virtual desk?
Some great news hit us a few days ago: CollaBoard, our Real-Time Collaboration solution for the Surface Hub and all Windows 10 devices, has been nominated for the “App Creator of the Year” Award by Microsoft! The nomination comes as a result of the cutting-edge technology we used to develop CollaBoard. Microsoft realized how powerful, innovative and productive the app is, leveraging the latest Windows 10 technologies as Cortana, Ink, Touch and Dial.
I started thinking about this while I was reading “Work like Da Vinci” by Michael J. Gelb. It hit me like a rock, it just happened. It became clearer when, about 7 years ago, I was doing a presentation to some former colleagues. The presentation was about applying what I learned from that book to our work, our job roles, our goals.