At a live virtual event, Sharp will connect guest speakers and attendees from the UK, Poland, DACH, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and the US to showcase the collaborative capabilities of the world’s first certified Windows collaboration display.
The Microsoft Teams Live event will bring together industry experts to discuss agile working, collaboration and productivity in the evolving new normal. Live presentations will be delivered through the next-generation 4K Ultra HD 70” interactive display, designed to support and improve teamwork with touch technology and best in class IoT technology that monitors collaboration spaces.
At the event, Sharp and Microsoft will give presentations on working in the new normal and post COVID-19 world, discussing how business should adapt as employees return to the workplace. In addition, Sharp will host a live panel discussion with regional experts from Microsoft and Intel followed by a live Q&A.
Environmental Psychologist, Dr Nigel Oseland will deliver a presentation providing guidance to business leaders on how to make an effective return from remote working back to a new normal office environment. As part of the presentation, Dr Oseland will explore how a blended working environment, which considers the number of people in the office, will be key in the workplace of the future, and how the Windows collaboration display and Microsoft tools can help support in this approach.
The Windows collaboration display from Sharp can transform any normal meeting space into an intelligent smart meeting space, through its built-in, best-in-class IoT technology and Sharp’s subscription service WorkSpaces.
Chris Parker, Senior Product Manager at Sharp, who will be hosting the live panel discussion said, “as employees return to work and the new normal evolves the Windows collaboration display can act as a hub for staff returning to the office, allowing them to communicate with others who are working from home. Sharp is proud to provide a tool that can support agile working and collaboration and offer a seamless transition from remote working back to new normal office life.”
The Windows collaboration display is available now through Sharp and its partners.