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Prysm unveils new meeting room solution

Prysm has unveiled Prysm Go, a new solution designed to turn any meeting room into a multi-purpose collaboration space.

It offers a range of features to enable companies to transition to a digital workplace. These features include digital whiteboard, wired and wireless screen sharing, integration with videoconferencing tools like Skype, Polycom and Cisco, as well as video integration.

With Prysm Go, no sign-in is required to start collaboration, including access to the digital whiteboard, sharing devices – both wired and wireless – and integrated HDMI outputs. In addition, Prysm Go integrates with Skype for Business and videoconferencing platforms, allowing users to join scheduled meetings with a simple invitation from the host. Additionally, the Prysm Go appliance enables IT teams to collaborate with Prysm and adapt the platform to their internal security standards.

It is available in two versions to provide collaboration simplicity to various users: use with existing displays and hardware; or as an all-in-one experience with 85in display.

“Technology can ironically be a barrier to collaboration, so enterprises should look for solutions that are inviting instead of intimidating to both next-gen and traditional users,” said Ira M. Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research. “With the new Prysm Go offering, Prysm has made it quick and easy for users to jump in and start working. No need to log in to ideate or even join a meeting. And the option to use existing hardware or buy a complete package makes the solution even more enterprise-friendly.”

Built on a hardware-agnostic platform, Prysm Go provides instant meeting-start capabilities while also offering an upgradable path to the full Prysm digital workplace platform without additional infrastructure requirements.

“Prysm Go empowers enterprises to engage today’s digitally proficient employees in a secure way while enabling the solution to integrate with existing meeting room infrastructure,” said Paige O’Neill, CMO, Prysm, “There are thousands and thousands of conference rooms that go unused because of unproductive and underutilised technology. With Prysm Go, we are enabling enterprises to update these spaces and maximise their current hardware investments so their employees can better engage and make better business decisions with better information – and more quickly.”

Prysm Go is now available with videoconferencing integration capabilities expected to come in early Q3 2017.