There have been several excellent wireless presentation packages launched on the market since the innovation of interactive telecommunication systems, but only DisplayNote satisfies presentations in both the classroom and the boardroom.
Developed by Microsoft, DisplayNote is the latest in interactive software that can be used to encourage collaboration. Because of its diverse range of capabilities, the wireless presentation software provides presenters with a dynamic tool that can be used to effectively make an impression on your audience.
DisplayNote for Business
Analysts anticipate that by 2017 almost half of UK employers will encourage a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program in the workplace. Whilst individual handheld devices can give employees more flexibility and freedom, BYOD can restrict collaboration.
Using DisplayNote, businesses can wirelessly connect a desktop PC to a wide variety of devices. This enables presenters to share content with other delegates in the same room or from a remote location. Combined with a sophisticated telecommunications system you can connect with colleagues in satellite office and clients from anywhere in the world.
The software allows participants to share documents in a multitude of recognised formats. Participants also have the ability to amend content, add to it or make notes and annotations. You can also save content at any point and share with the delegation by email.
Presenters can use either a projector or an interactive whiteboard to give the presentation, but the content can be streamed onto devices that carry popular operating systems such as iOS, Android and Microsoft. This is ideal for a congregation in a large hall where trying to read from a screen strains the eyes.
DisplayNote for Education
DisplayNote can be also used in a classroom environment to better engage students and encourage them to work in groups. Children of the 21st Century are accustomed to reading from display screens and using multi-touch functions to interact with their peers so using handheld devices in the classroom goes a long way to grabbing the attention of your pupils.
The software also allows you to share content in a two way mirror so that users can work together in real-time. Students can capture content on their own devices and use DisplayNote tools to add their own notes without the need for a purpose-built app. The content can then be saved and accessed at a later date.
Presenters have complete control over who they share content with and what changes can be made. Because files are password protected, only presenters can update the original. However, content can be shared and altered for the purpose of collaboration and interaction for one class, but restored to its original state for when you next need to use it.
DisplayNote creates a collaborative space that allows users to work together in real-time using their own devices from remote locations. An ideal tool for learning, teaching, sharing, problem solving, sharing ideas and co-owning documents makes it the ideal solution to enhance presentation in both a corporate and an educational environment.