The company, best known for its displays, is offering Prysm Enterprise, a hardware-and-software platform that includes cloud and mobile capabilities.
Story by Jeffrey Burt, eWeek
Prysm over the past 10 years has made its name with displays used in collaboration settings that spanned everything from large-scale video walls to boardrooms to two-person “huddle rooms.
“The company’s products were built on its Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology and based on the Prysm Application Suite that gave users control of the collaboration session, from resizing images to annotating documents and presentations.
Now Prysm is taking a significant step into the enterprise collaboration space with a hardware-and-software platform that expands the reach of its technology to mobile devices and the cloud. Prysm Enterprise lets users collaborate from anywhere and on any device through cloud-based visual workspaces where they can create, edit and share work. The work also can be stored in the cloud and is available to users who want to reaccess it.