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Qubi3: a new low-cost, multi-functional device that optimizes every meeting room, huddle space or desk Subscribe Email Print

Microsoft Ignite 2018 is set to be the launchpad for the Qubi3: a new low-cost desk and room booking technology that promises to radically reduce real estate costs for businesses – and increase the flexibility and efficiency of their workforces.

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ReSoft International with UK manufacturer QED Advanced Systems Limited, best known for its ResourceXpress range of booking solutions, has built on the proven technology of the Qubi2, which is widely in use as a desktop device leading many clients to achieve space utilization improvements of over 40 per cent.

Compact, simple to use and compatible with RFID multi-frequencies, the new Qubi3 can be deployed with different LED and display configurations to suit meeting rooms, huddle space and

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Resource Central Conference Room Booking - new features Subscribe Email Print

What's new in Resource Central 4.0 Service R3

New features now available in Resource Central

It is now possible to book a meeting in a colleague’s or manager’s calendar, and set yourself up as ‘Assistant Organizer’. This will enable the ‘Assistant Organizer’ to receive the emails from Resource Central and to make orders on behalf of the colleague/manager.  The feature's purpose is to support the work process of roles like secretaries and personal assistants.

In this example, only the ‘Assistant Organizer’ will receive the emails from RC.

In My Meetings you can see your own meetings and the meetings where you are the ‘Assistant Organizer’.

Resource location details

You can now add extra information about the

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Behind Microsoft's cloud numbers Subscribe Email Print

Microsoft's cloud business is expecting to be a $4.5 billion business.  But a Business Insider article suggests this $4.5 billion number isn't as straightforward as it would seem.

One source says "What Microsoft is doing is claiming a certain percentage of their Enterprise Agreements — these are renewals of their big licensing agreements — as cloud revenue. They bundle the rights to use Azure or Office 365 as part of their overall agreement. The  secret is that very few customers are actually taking Microsoft up on using Azure in any meaningful way."

So, when an enterprise signs a new contract to buy software such as Windows, SQL and Microsoft Office, the salesperson may include for free (or almost free) access to Microsoft's cloud

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