How to get back to work with BiJie Meeting Box?
As many workplaces around the world begin to re-open in the wake of COVID-19, keeping employees safe, informed and motivated while maintaining a healthy bottom line has never been more important. Here are a few ways that wireless screen sharing and digital signage with BiJie can help.
After months of remote working, many workplaces around the world are slowly beginning to return. But with a looming pandemic, employers are faced with increased responsibility for employee wellbeing. If you combine this with the heavy financial constraints putting pressure on many industries and businesses, it begs the question: How can workplaces return to the office safely, while maintaining a healthy bottom line? Here are a few ways BiJie can help.
What is BiJie Meeting Box?
BiJie Meeting Box can realize the wireless display and screen sharing of mobile phones and computers, so that users can avoid the tedious wiring operation during the meeting.
At the same time, the system of BiJie supports docking and integration with the third-party intelligent office system to provide customers with more intelligent and convenient office services and improve work efficiency.
Keep people informed with digital signage
Whether you’re operating a small office space or a large warehouse facility, digital signage has a lot to offer when it comes to keeping employees up to speed on important health and safety information. Utilize digital signage with BiJie in meeting rooms, hallways and cafeterias to share practical information such as maintaining a safe distance, sanitizing hands regularly and staying at home if unwell.
After several weeks spent working from home, many will need a bit of extra help as they adapt to being back at the office. BiJie can help teams stay focused by displaying a board on a shared screen to keep track of a joint project and any upcoming deadlines. Hallway displays can also help keep things on schedule with meeting room overviews as a reminder to show up (and finish) on time.
Minimize the risk of contagion with wireless screen sharing and remote device management
Using digital signage in workplaces is not only an effective way to share safety messages and keep employees motivated; the method itself of disseminating information is safe. Any BiJie-equipped screen offers wireless screen sharing, allowing employees to share their visual aids during a meeting or presentation. There are no cables or dongles involved, meaning no need to touch any hardware that would otherwise be a potential vehicle of contagion.
With BiJie Cloud, IT administrators, managers and communications departments can remotely update and manage what is shared on screens around the workplace, without having to physically touch noticeboards in shared spaces, hallways and meeting rooms.
Facilitate collaboration for those who are still working from home
While many are returning to work, some either choose to or are required to continue to work from home, based on individual circumstances. It’s important that employers can remain flexible, finding ways to facilitate collaboration between those who are physically present with those who are working remotely. One common way to do this is via video conferencing.
With BiJie, you can dial into a conference call using your conferencing solution and share your screen using BiJie. There are a few reasons why sharing your screen with BiJie during a conference call can be more effective than having everyone in a meeting room dial into a conferencing call from their personal device:
1. Eliminate that pesky audio feedback loop that can occur when attendees in the same meeting room join a call.
2. Increase your chances of a better quality call by reducing bandwidth consumption.
3. It’s easy! Share instantly from any device via AirPlay, Miracast and Google Cast, without needing to install anything. Those joining remotely can still screen share via the conferencing platform.
You can read more on how to present with BiJie during a conference call here.