In my last post, I introduced a scenario that many IT managers face: effectively allocating resources for maximum return.  Today, let’s talk about managing network bandwidth.

Meet Linda.  Linda is the director of technology at a large university.  Linda doesn’t know it yet but her department is about to get a large grant from the Agatha Tittlebaum Trust.  She can update all lecture rooms and labs with new projectors, displays and whiteboards for interactive learning.  With the upgrades come another worry: will the university’s network be able to handle the bandwidth demands?

But Linda has an edge: she knows about the magic of Miracast wireless display technology.   Miracast is the industry standard for wireless display and for good reason.  Miracast wireless display creates a point-to-point connection between source devices (like laptops and tablets) and Linda’s new displays — which saves valuable network bandwidth.  Now, anyone who connects to the display can share any content – from the internet, to a DVD, to a presentation – without relying on a network.

ScreenBeam 960 is built for medium to large scale implementations and delivers all the wireless display functionality a large university needs, including enterprise-grade security.  It delivers all of the same capabilities of the ScreenBeam 750 plus interactive touch display, built-in VGA support and dual Wi-Fi radios working on 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.  And like Marc, using the Central Management System, Linda can configure, deploy and manage all ScreenBeam 960 units on the east and west campuses from the comfort of her office.  Linda is a lucky IT director!

We can all be as lucky as Linda.  Make the most of the resources you have.  Want more information on ScreenBeam 960?  Click here for the data sheet.

Have a smaller deployment to implement?  Read my blog on Marc’s deployment of ScreenBeam 750.

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