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Where Wireless Presentation System UX Falls Flat

September 13, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

The user experience (UX) is often the most important criterion when choosing a wireless presentation system (WPS). The upside of a well-designed…

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Insiders Share Insights on Improving Workplace Collaboration through Superior Design and Technology

August 30, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

We recently co-hosted an event with our partner and workplace design leader Convene in Philadelphia. The main draw was a panel discussion on “The…

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The Amazing Impact of Design and Technology at De Montfort University

August 15, 2018 by Mersive Technologies
Last week we discussed five trends that Mersive has seen in classroom learning at Universities based on experience at schools such as the…

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The Amazing Impact of Design and Technology in the Classroom

August 10, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

In some respects, it’s harder to be a student these days given the current digital environment and its inherent potential for distraction and…

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5 Macro Trends Reshaping Workplace Innovation

August 2, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

Here at Mersive, we sit at the nexus of employee engagement, workspace usage, and digital convergence. We develop cool in-room wireless…

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Wireless Presentation Must-Have #3: On-Network Deployment

July 11, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

On-network deployment of wireless presentation solutions offers significant advantages over products designed for standalone, off-network…

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Wireless Presentation Must-have #1: Usability

June 26, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

Ease-of-use is consistently voted the most important feature of wireless presentation systems. The obvious reason why is that usability maximizes…

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Wireless Presentation for the Enterprise is a Whole Different Ballgame

June 19, 2018 by Mersive Technologies

The days of using a video cable to share content in a meeting room are numbered. Wireless presentation systems were first introduced en masse…

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