As companies place more and more emphasis on collaboration, users are turning to wireless presentation. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) allows anyone with a wireless enabled device, be it a laptop, tablet or smartphone to share their content and collaborate with ease, removing the struggle to find the correct cable and adapter which can cause unnecessary delays to meetings.
Wireless connectivity can be used with several different devices, including:
- Tablets…iPad etc
- And many more…
So, no matter what technology you currently use within your business, Lewcon AV will work with you to develop a wireless connectivity solution that will best suit the needs and budget. With no ties to any brands you can rest assured that you are getting unbiased recommendations.
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Throughout the whole process, Lewcon accommodated our needs with speed, flexibility and technical knowledge. Whether the project was in the UK or Europe, the team ensured it was delivered on time and within budget. I will continue to use their services for the foreseeable future and will happily recommend them to other organisations. A huge thanks to everyone involved at Lewcon.
Albert de BeerDirector of Real Estate & Workplace Services, EMEA Hitachi Vantara
I was contacted by Connor from Lewcon regarding our Audio Visual needs. Connor and Lewis listened to what we wanted to create and designed the perfect system for our budget. The quality of work was brilliant and the installation team did not leave each site until we were happy with the set up of the system. The reactions from our staff have been fantastic. This has not only saved us money on flights and hotels it has also engaged our staff across different countries.
Dean WilderIT Director, EUSA Pharma
Lewcon’s ability to resolve our issues and source the right solution we wanted, in spite the technology being discontinued was excellent. They accommodated our needs all within the budget set for this project. I can’t fault their service and will definitely be using them again
Malcolm ButlerSenior AV Programmer and Planner, The University of Bedfordshire