Convince your audience with a new type of digital presentation. With CollaBoard you can use a new medium to share your knowledge and let your
The Challenge – How to create digital Mind Maps in groups? A couple of years ago, computer-based mind-mapping tools were much slower than pen and
Working with Office documents on the Surface Hub can be a very pleasant experience. The size of the screen, the on-screen and off-screen keyboard as well as the touch and inking capabilities allow for quick edits and productive collaborative sessions. There are, however, a few problems: let’s see how to solve them.
Traditional workshops require all participants to be in the same room. But the digital transformation is changing the way we work. Employees work from different
First off, Agile Methodology is not really a methodology but rather a set of core values and principles to approach software development in a different
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,
During the CollaBoard and Surface Hub Roadshow we presented CollaBoard on several events. One of theme was the AVS Collaboration Days, which was a community
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.
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.