A+K will be exhibiting its latest communication and collaboration solutions alongside their newest partners i3-Technologies at the Unified Communications and Collaboration event (UC Expo) on 17-18 May.
The UC Expo, which takes place at the ExCel in London is the largest event of its kind in Europe and brings together IT and Communication professionals who are seeking out new solutions for their collaboration requirements.
On exhibit at stand C104 will be the newly launched display board the i3HUDDLE 2.0, the all-in-one meeting solution that connects you with colleagues in a secure environment. The board gives easy access to Skype, Excel, PowerPoint and the i3MEETINGHUB, which is a collaboration tool where remote and local users can interact, brainstorm and present together.
The i3HUDDLE integrates with the i3SYNC Touch, which will also be on display and available to demo at the event. The i3SYNC is a lightweight presenting tool which allows you to instantly share your screen with other participants in full HD quality. Bridging the gap between traditional and UC tech, the i3SNAP will be exhibited, which is a dry-erase board that allows you to easily take and share digital meeting notes.
“The beauty of i3-technologies is that their products overcome and adapt traditional meeting environments so that they can work more efficiently in the modern workspace,” says
Steven Black, Managing Director at A+K. “A+K are the sole distributer of i3 products in the UK and we are looking forward to welcoming attendees to our stand so that they can see the impressive range for themselves”.
Additional speakers over the two days include Noam Fine (+iam innovation centre) and Barak Regev (Google). The show will
also feature a customer engagement/experience theatre and a ‘future tech’ demo zone. The event is ideal for those
who want to ensure the future-proofing of their business.
To see the latest innovations from i3-Technologies in action, visit stand C104 at the Expo.
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