Kaptivo for Zoom Rooms Unveiled at Zoomtopia 2019

SAN JOSE, CALIF., OCTOBER 15, 2019 – Kaptivo, creator of the world’s best-selling whiteboard collaboration system, today announced Kaptivo for Zoom Rooms (www.kaptivo.com), the first product to integrate with Zoom Video Communications Inc.’s (NASDAQ:ZM) new whiteboard camera feature in Zoom Rooms. Kaptivo for Zooms Rooms improves productivity by integrating existing, standard whiteboards as a natural…

Kaptivo and AVer Unveil Partnership To Bring New Whiteboard Camera Options to Zoom Rooms Customers

SAN JOSE, CALIF., OCTOBER 15, 2019 – Kaptivo, creator of the world’s best-selling whiteboard collaboration system, and AVer Information Inc. today announced a partnership that will enable new options for customers using Zoom Video Communications, Inc. Zoom Rooms product.  Under the terms of the partnership, Kaptivo and AVer will work together to certify AVer cameras…

How Interactive Whiteboards Protect IP as It Evolves

How Interactive Whiteboards Protect IP as It Evolves There was a great piece in CSO a few weeks ago with tips on how to keep IP safe. I suspect many organizations don’t fancy themselves sophisticated think tanks generating intellectual property that requires protection. They may be wrong. In business we collaborate. When we collaborate, we…

10 Ways to Make Meetings Easier for Workers with Disabilities Part 1

10 Ways to Make Meetings Easier for Workers with Disabilities Part 1 About 15% of the world’s population has some form of disability—about 645 million people are either deaf or visually impaired alone—according to the World Health Organization. While technology continues to dramatically transform the way we live and work, some incredible advancements are also…

Whiteboard Wars: A Plea to “Do Not Erasers”

Whiteboard Wars: A Plea to “Do Not Erasers” Yoshua Bengio worries about killer robots. He may have more reason than most, as the A.M. Turing award-winning computer scientist pioneered much of what we know today as AI.   I came to know of him through a recent New York Times article. What struck me was…