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07.02.2019, 15:31

Enterprise Cloud Room Booking

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Kramer Electronics is pleased to introduce Kramer Kronos – a secure, enterprise-class cloud-based room booking and scheduling platform.

Kramer Kronos streamlines and automates the management side of room booking.

 

Due to its integration with Kramer Control, IT administrators can easily use a room's availability as a trigger for automatically controlling room elements.

 

With 802.1x and Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption on all communication to and from the scheduling touch panels and the Kramer Kronos server (cloud-based), sensitive booking and scheduling information is completely secure.

 

Kramer Kronos offers a comprehensive library of UI templates for complete customization. Additionally, the Kramer Kronos schedule can also be displayed on the room display using a VIA device, when no presentation happens. Kramer Kronos works seamlessly with popular scheduling platforms, including Microsoft® Exchange, Office 365® and G Suite. It is also compatible with iOS and Android tablets.

 

“Kramer Kronos is a key component of the Kramer meeting room ecosystem”, says Neta Lempert, VP Business Development at Kramer.

“Today's meeting culture demands simplicity: you book a meeting, arrive at the room and that’s it. No need to waste time turning on a projector or air conditioning. With Kramer Kronos, this can now be achieved”.

 

Kramer Kronos is currently on display at ISE booth F20, Hall 1, and will be available through authorised stockists, agents and installers during the second quarter of 2019.

 

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