Advanced Tech Day Will Introduce New Google Jamboard Collaboration Tool to Customers!

Underscoring its ongoing commitment to make the newest and most innovative collaboration technologies available to its customers, Advanced is hosting a Tech Day on September 20th at its corporate headquarters, where attendees will interact with and learn about the newly released collaboration tool, Google Jamboard. Register here to make an appointment and be one of the first to see Jamboard in action!

“At Advanced, we’re committed to being at the forefront of new technologies,” said Advanced President & CEO David Weatherhead. “We believe collaboration is at the heart of productivity, and Google Jamboard truly takes it to the next level. We’re excited to introduce Jamboard to our customers and show off its many capabilities.”

At Tech Day, schools and corporate facilities will be able to speak with the Advanced team and Jamboard Specialists to learn how they can utilize Jamboard to spark collaboration and communication. Attendees will also have access to the many othercollaboration technologies Advanced offers. The event takes place from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Advanced Head Office.

Google Jamboard is a 55-inch, 4K display on which users can write, explore and import content on the web, and save their sketches and brainstorms to the cloud. Users can draw on the board with a stylus that requires no batteries or pairing, and they can erase either with the eraser or with their fingers, the same way they could on a whiteboard. Jamboard has the same real-time collaboration tools as G Suite, allowing multiple people to access the board through touch, additional Jamboards, or simply through the Jamboard app for phone or tablet.

“Any organization or school that uses G Suite in any way can get something out of Tech Day,” said Weatherhead. “At Tech Day, our customers will see that with Google Jamboard and its cloud capabilities, power of Google Search and G Suite, and best-in-class touch response time, there’s no limit to what they can accomplish.”

For images of the Google Jamboard, click here.