At InfoComm 2014, AMX announced new enhancements to its Enzo Content Sharing and Conferencing Platform including the addition of screen mirroring of laptop and mobile device content. It also previewed upcoming support for web conferencing and simplified launching of Enzo sessions right from a touch panel or keypad.
Enzo was designed as an application-based platform to give meeting attendees choices in deciding how they want to present and share content in meetings. In addition to retrieving content from cloud-based storage, the Web or a local USB drive, meeting participants are now able to instantly screen mirror content from their laptop (Windows/Mac OS X), smartphone or tablet.
Enzo was also designed to enable collaboration and the addition of web conferencing adds that capability. By simply plugging in an AMX Sereno Video Conferencing Camera, which also debuted at InfoComm 2014, meeting attendees can instantly engage in web conferences using their choice of Enzo-driven web conferencing applications, including support for Skype and Microsoft Lync conferencing. AMX says that because Enzo is a flexible application-based platform, additional web conferencing applications will be added in the future.