A conference room management solution requires three things: software, a mount, and a tablet. So far in your preparation to deploy a solution, you’ve selected which software meets the needs of your office and you’ve narrowed down which Powerbx mount looks best near your conference room. The last step is to determine the kind of tablet to use. With so many options, this can be a daunting task. Due to their cost and popularity, most of our clients end up going with either the iPad or iPad mini. So what are the main differences between the two?
Conference rooms with glass walls are a popular feature in the modern workspace. And for good reason. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, glass conference rooms can bring in natural light, increase transparency, and make your office feel more open. But glass walls can present a challenge if you want to deploy a conference room management solution.
In March 2019 Apple released the iPad mini 5 and discontinued the iPad mini 4. Now that the fifth generation of the pint sized tablet is available, many of our clients are wondering about its compatibility with Powerbx mounts.