Collaboration Enables Productivity.
The idea of work has changed in recent years, it is something you do and no longer a place you go to. An effective hybrid work strategy allows people to work where they are most productive – whether that be in the office or working remotely.
For organisations to maintain high productivity levels and a sustainable working environment for their workforce, they have to provide the technology to enable employees to communicate and collaborate effectively.
Meeting rooms must have the correct fit-for-purpose technology available that is consistent and user-friendly.
Virtual meeting rooms are your path to more collaborative, productive, and user-friendly meetings.
Foster inclusive and interactive team meetings for everyone, regardless of where they are.
Deliver consistent Teams experience designed to make collaboration easy and hassle-free.
Turn any shared space into a Teams Room with a wide selection of devices and features to fit every need.
Keep devices protected and up to date with rich management capabilities and powerful analytics.
Mago room delivers a single and consistent user interface irrelevant of which meeting platform.
Add your own company logo and background to make your brand prominent and visible in your meeting rooms.
Pair your personal calendar to the Mago Room using the free Mago application on your mobile or laptop.
Mago workspace provides an enhanced collaboration experience to brainstorm and share ideas.
High-definition across desktop, mobile, and room systems.
Join scheduled meetings with one touch on the touch console.
Share content from your laptop or mobile device with just one touch.
Develop applications without managing underlying infrastructure, improving efficiency.
Virtual Roundtable Discussion: Improving Productivity in Meetings.
Introduction: Meetings are an essential part of organizational communication, but they can also be a source of frustration and inefficiency. In this roundtable discussion, we will explore how technology can be used to improve productivity in meetings. We will focus on five key areas:
- creating meetings,
- setting the agenda,
- meeting room technology,
- meeting etiquette,
- meeting notes and actions.