PC accessories and peripherals makers Logitech will showcase how its video collaboration solutions can support hybrid working models at the ongoing Connected Kenya Summit in Diani, Kwale County.
The company who is also among the sponsors of the event will also demonstrate how this technology is transforming sectors including education and healthcare, driving customer and staff satisfaction, and helping organizations foster diversity in the workplace.
On display at the Logitech booth will be some of the company’s latest innovations including Rally Bar, a portfolio of next-generation video conferencing solutions for small, medium, and large rooms, which work with today’s leading video conferencing services such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom and its portfolio in the personal workspace.
“Video collaboration continues to grow in importance, and organizations across Kenya have experienced first-hand the importance of keeping their teams connected during the past two years. Since hybrid models remain popular and telemedicine and remote learning continue to grow, there is continued increased demand for high quality video collaboration solutions,” says Mahesh Jiandani, Head of Distribution West, East & Central Africa for Logitech.
“There are many advantages of our latest innovations, and we are excited to showcase how they can help organizations increase efficiency, innovation, and employee and customer satisfaction here at Connected 2022.” Mahesh adds.
In addition, Logitech will also host the ‘Technology in Learning: Emerging learning environment and shaping the future learning environments with smart technologies’ panel discussion. The COVID-19 pandemic brought about a sudden shift to online learning and reinforced the need to enhance the online educational experience, and this panel focus on how to enable learners and teachers alike to familiarize themselves with the digital learning experience and put to rest any apprehensions they may have had about the quality of online education.
“This panel discussion will further the key objective of the Summit and chart a future for a smart nation using ICTs.” Ganasen says.
“This lively discussion will contribute to knowledge sharing using case studies, best practices and experiences in the areas of service delivery and accelerating digital services leveraging technology. Every topic shared has become a key national priority and more recently catalyzed by the impact of the pandemic.”
Connected Kenya Summit will run from 1 1- 14 April. We are in Diani for the summit so follow us for more live updates and interesting announcements from the thought leadership forum.