On May 21, T1V will host a webinar featuring Dr. David B. Agus, CEO of the Ellison Institute of USC and contributor to CBS News, as the company addresses COVID-19 and the impact on unified communications and collaboration. While stay-at-home orders have been in place in most parts of the country since March, many questions are left unanswered. Manufacturers are looking to the future of UCC in the workplace and the classroom.
Agus will present the latest findings on COVID-19 and discuss with T1V’s panel of UCC experts best practices for ensuring individuals’ safety as we all try to navigate the global pandemic for the foreseeable future. How will teams be affected in the short term and the long term, and what restrictions or new guidelines will our workforce and educators/students need to adapt to?
“As organizations look to reenter the workplace and university campuses, there is a lot of speculation on how our industry will be impacted by COVID-19…” said Mike Feldman, T1V CEO and UCC panel moderator. “After working with Dr. Agus on collaboration technology in his new facility at USC, we knew it would be beneficial to tap into his medical expertise to better understand how our industry can proactively plan for the new realities of a post-COVID world.”
Agus is the CEO of the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of the University of Southern California and has been using T1V’s ThinkHub collaboration system for over a year. Later this year, ThinkHub technology will be deployed in more than 20 rooms throughout the Ellison Institute.
Agus will discuss T1V ThinkHub — as both customer and user. He and the rest of the panel will also be addressing some of the questions the UCC industry has around meeting room and classroom technology. Are touch screens safe? How will teams collaborate?