Continuing its efforts to promote the integration of innovative collaborative
technologies into corporate and educational spaces, North America’s leading AV and
collaboration technology solution provider Advanced recently announced a new
partnership with Google and BenQ to distribute Google Jamboard throughout Canada.

“We are honoured to have been selected to bring the cutting-edge Google Jamboard
to Canadian schools and corporate facilities,’ siad Advanced executive vice president,
Mark McPherson. “Basic whiteboards are used in schools and offices everywhere, but
whiteboards don’t store progress. They don’t bring the entire classroom, or team, into
the conversation. Jamboard brings whiteboards into the future with cloud storage,
real-time collaboration tools like those in G Suite, as well as access to the endless
information available through Google Search. It makes collaboration easier and more
productive than ever before.’

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.

“Advanced is committed to making unique collaboration technology tools available to
users at every level, and this partnership with Google and BenQ is a testament to our
commitment to making this a reality,’ concluded McPherson. “Anyone interested in
how Google Jamboard can benefit their operations can experience a live
demonstration at Advanced’s Open House taking place on September 20th. Customers
will be able to see firsthand just how much Jamboard can revolutionise and increase
collaboration and productivity in the workplace or educational spaces.’