SMART Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: SMT) (TSX: SMA), a leading provider of collaboration solutions, announces its support for Microsoft Lync 2010 through its SMART Meeting Pro™ software and SMART Board® interactive whiteboards and displays, delivering an enriched collaborative meeting room experience. SMART’s visual collaboration solutions include industry-leading interactive whiteboards and displays, intuitive collaboration software, services and remote collaboration tools and can be combined with a variety of industry-specific applications. Microsoft Lync 2010 is a unified communication platform that connects users in multiple locations and allows them to communicate using a single application for real-time audio, visual and online collaboration. The combination of SMART’s visual collaboration solutions and Microsoft Lync 2010 will transform any meeting into an active, collaborative work session. Full details of this combination will be available closer to the release date in Q3 2012.
SMART is committed to working with industry-leading companies to meet the needs of business customers. With the combination of Microsoft Lync 2010 and SMART’s visual collaboration tools, users can connect to each other using video and audio and share information on the SMART Board interactive whiteboard or display. Together these products allow in-room and remote users to share data from any application, use digital ink to write notes in documents and capture ideas from all participants. Every individual can participate fully in meetings, regardless of location. For more information on SMART’s visual collaboration solutions, visit smarttech.com/business.
“SMART recognizes that unified communication products along with SMART’s visual collaboration solutions are key to meeting the needs of many business customers,” says Linda Thomas, Vice President, Products, SMART Technologies. “SMART products combined with Microsoft Lync 2010 will allow for real-time data sharing and visual collaboration in any meeting location.”
So the post-PC era is in full swing, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. With the new iPad setting the standard in display, processor speed and 4G networking, a new info graphic explains what you need to know.
The info graphic, featured on Visual.ly and has been created by Xavier Muniz for Seetio.com and translated by Hector Russo, founder of Geek’s Room.
The graphic reiterates Cook’s assertion that 76pc of Apple’s sales in the last quarter were from these post-PC devices.
The info graphic delves into the various specifications and features of the new iPad, such as a Retina Display, LTE connectivity and an A5X chip with quad core graphics.
The new iPad will have Retina Display, with 2,048 x 1536 resolution. It offers 264ppi on the iPad screen and has 44pc better colour saturation than the iPad 2.
It runs on an A5X chip with quad core graphics and voice dictation, which lets users speak into their iPads to type a message. Voice dictation supports UK English, US English, Australian English, Japanese, German and French