Technology has become an integral part in today’s business environment, from small think tank and collaboration rooms to full blown video conference and presentation rooms. Companies depend on this technology to collaborate, train, and drive their business. Companies are also investing much more on technology than in years past to provide their employees and their clients the type of experience they have come to expect and rely upon. The dependence on and the investment in this technology means that it is critical that the systems work consistently and reliably.
This is the first installment of a new series of "Day in the Life" articles featuring IMS team members and how they spend their day on the road supporting our clients. This is the recent "day in the life" of Neil Kurtz, Event Staging Technician.
When planning meetings and events, it is useful to have a diagram or floor plan. In some cases, venues or suppliers will provide a diagram, and there are great paid services like Social Tables that have a rich set of features. But if you’re on a budget and would still like the flexibility of creating a room diagram yourself, here is a comparison of some cost effective options.
Beacons have been around for a few years now, but have started to pick up steam in terms of adoption over the past year. Why is this important? Two big reasons: The Attendee Experience and DATA.
Virtual Reality has become “quite the craze” over the past year or so and I don’t expect the interest to decrease in the near future. It is unlike many other new technologies that have hit the market, such as 3D TV’s, etc. Technology companies have made Virtual Reality (VR) available to everyone, including those with limited budgets. This allows everyone to experience this immersive technology and experience the benefits of VR for themselves!