Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) recently declared the Lenovo Smart Meeting Room Solution – a coordinated effort with Intel including the ThinkCentre Tiny desktop and Intel Unite technology which will change meeting room spaces, change the way employess work together and give a valuable boost to productivity.
The ThinkCentre Tiny desktop with Intel vPro will influence the new Intel Unite technology which permits devices to connect wirelessly to new or existing displays, projectors, or interactive whiteboards — no links required. Meeting participants can view and present up to four presentations in the meantime, while likewise sharing and annotating.
As indicated by two separate studies, meetings are named number one time waster at work2; employees spend over 22 hours for every month in meetings3, while very nearly 70% of workers claim meeting time is unproductive3. Setting up meetings and connecting to displays or projectors is often complex and valuable meeting time is wasted, causing frustration and impacting overall engagement.Presently with the Lenovo Smart Meeting Room Solution, with ThinkCentre Tiny with vPro and Intel Unite, meeting time setbacks are virtually eliminated – instead of searching for adapters and dealing with technical difficulties, employees can now spend this time successfully collaborating and bringing their best ideas to the table.
Moreover, the Lenovo Smart Meeting Room Solution permits up to four presentations to be appeared on a meeting room display while content can also be annotated in real time. With secure rotating PIN codes participants can likewise get to the meeting by essentially inputting the meeting PIN code produced by Intel Unite into their device furthermore easily circulate content among all participants.
“We are committed to constantly enhancing employee productivity.”
Said Ouyang Jun, vice president and general manager, Lenovo Desktop, Workstation & Smart Home/Computing Business Unit.
“The Lenovo Smart Meeting Room Solution will bring employee collaboration to a new level.”