Allowing employees to connect their own devices to presentation technology is a good way to streamline a presentation. When an employee can connect through wireless distribution their device to a screen or projector, they are automatically familiar with the technology they are using to present. Consider also customer, clients or potential business partners that come in to present – they may not be accustomed to your technology but they are well in tune with their personal device. This might mean a dynamic system in which a device connects to a display in order to drive content. This content can be manipulated on-screen, annotated, saved and shared. On the other hand, it could be as simple as screen-sharing technology that displays the same images on the device on a screen, where the presenter is scrolling through content on their own device and driving the presentation.
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