Just like most of the tools we use in the office, whiteboards are going digital. These touchscreens simulate the feel of drawing on a traditional whiteboard but allow you to do so much more with it. You can freely draw, then save your images, while also adding previous images and other media files to your canvas. You’ll be able to pick up where you left off later or share your written notes with the rest of your team.
Many offices have replaced their whiteboard with a digital display that’s connected to a computer where one person will make notes and can display their screen. Anyone can walk up to the board and jot down notes as well as connect to the whiteboard with their computer or tablet to add images and other visuals.
Early interactive whiteboards consisted of a normal whiteboard with a digital projector to display images onto the board. However, the latest innovators in the field have eliminated the projector and the dry-erase concept altogether, making the board completely digital. Offices no longer need to keep a fresh supply of markers (which always quickly dry out) handy. Instead you only need a single stylus, and most interfaces allow you to change the color and tip size of the marker on the fly. These boards can be mounted on the wall or put on a movable stand like a traditional whiteboard.
The biggest names in tech offering digital whiteboards include Cisco, Microsoft, Google and Samsung. Each of these devices features a 4K display and can wirelessly connect with other devices. Team members can connect to the board through their own devices via the company’s app and join in on the collaboration whether they’re in the same room or are working remotely. Here are four innovations businesses can choose from.
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