The pandemic has deeply affected the way we work today. Local companies now favor hybrid working, and it’s not going to change anytime soon. Consequently, new tools have started to emerge to make working in a hybrid setup efficient. T1V’s ThinkHub is one of those tools that promise to maintain collaboration across different working environments, but is it worth getting into?
Supporting hybrid collaborations
Meetings have become tedious over the past few years, which is why tools like T1V’s ThinkHub are vital to make communication and collaboration much smoother. It allows users to work on an interactive digital canvas that people can access on-site or from home. With its multitouch and multiplatform features, they can edit, brainstorm, and share documents during the duration of the meeting. You can even annotate even when multiple browsers are opened at the same time
In addition, ThinkHub can integrate tools such as JIRA, Google Workplace, and O365, as well as communication tools like Teams, Zoom, and BlueJeans, all of which are widely used in any business. This way, it promises ease of use for anyone even if they use different tools.
The software includes a video conferencing tool that helps you communicate with other peers while interacting with ThinkHub’s canvas. T1V also claims that its software is “hardware agnostic”, which means that it supports any time of hardware, recent and older, with touch screens or not, and even cloud-based.
T1V was present during the ISE 2023 where they announced the launch of ThinkHub 21.9 and showcased two new features — ThinkHub Cloud and T1V Story — which aim to make the platform easier to use and deploy. According to the company, they hope it “enables organizations to visually tell their brand story.” These new elements are very likely to make the software even more attractive.
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