Workplace priorities have changed since COVID-19 wreaked havoc in the business world, disrupting supply chains, workflows, and every practice that fell under "business as usual." As the world slowly returns to normal from the Covid19 pandemic, business leaders' biggest concerns are keeping the workforce happy after months of remote work and flexible schedules. As a result, a new business commandment has emerged – Thou shall keep thy employees and customers connected with the proper collaboration tools for minimal contact.
With employees now accustomed to using technology (smartphones, laptops, and tablets) for work, you need to consider how to adapt to the new business world safely. Taking inventory of your technology needs to keep employees and customers connected, engaged, and safe means upgrading to the right digital tools. Some businesses will be upgrading their office with large touch screen display devices to
engage with office employees and remote users seamlessly. At the same time, some companies are using large interactive display screens to inform and engage their customers with minimal person-to-person contact to improve productivity and safety.
We'll share five things to consider when choosing a large touch screen display monitor or device for your business in this post.
4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Touch Screen Display
Are you planning to use it for team meetings, presentations, and ideations? Or, do you need to minimize customer touchpoints by using informational monitors instead of an in-person contact? The application and how accessible your display needs to be, we will help you determine everything else, from specifications to functionality and size, etc.
When deciding on the size and resolution, think of the application and users once again. For instance, if you’re looking to install a large screen touch display in your meeting or conference room, you need at least a 65” display. However, there are larger options available in the market, depending on your audience.
3. Touch Technology
Since its inception, touchscreen technology has come a long way with developments like infrared, capacitive, inGlass, and resistive touch screens. Whether you're looking for an entry-level solution for simple presentations or excellent image/video clarity and touch experience, you can find options for every preference and budget.
4. Computer and Operating System
Employees don't generally care what computer or operating system they use as long as it's functional and gets the job done efficiently. As far as connecting to a large touch screen display goes, you have two options. The first option is to opt for a device with a built-in pc and operating system. This way, you don't need to connect an external PC to use it. The second option is a touch screen display that serves as an empty screen without any operating system. You can connect your smartphone, tablet, computer, or laptop to display their content.
Need More Information?
At Business Communications Solutions (BCS), we design in-house IT solutions for businesses of all sizes and niches. In the last two decades, our team of RCDD engineers and IT experts have installed thousands of touchscreen displays for different organizations. Therefore, we can offer expert advice to help you choose the right product for your company. Feel free to contact us for more information.