Elo announced Huddle Kit Tuesday, an accessories bundle that pairs with Elo’s 4K interactive displays to provide a collaboration and videoconferencing solution for businesses. As corporate offices continue to reopen post-COVID, there’s an increased focus on smaller huddle meeting rooms supporting a hybrid mix of office-based and remote employees. With Elo’s new huddle room solution, IT leaders simply add their current collaboration software to provide a complete interactive system that fosters engagement amongst users, regardless of location.The Huddle Kit solution simplifies the selection, installation and use of collaboration technology and provides an open platform supporting enterprise applications and popular third-party videoconferencing software, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Cisco Webex, GoToMeeting and BlueJeans.Elo Huddle Kit accessories pair easily with Elo’s 55- or 65-inch 53-Series displays and include:Conference Camera with the capability to attach to any Elo Edge Connect device, full HD video, wide viewing angles and 30° multi-axis tilt for vertical and horizontal adjustmenti5 Windows 10 slide-in computer moduleDigital stylus penPre-loaded dashboard for easy navigation to software applications including a pre-installed whiteboarding and wireless content-sharing software trialIn addition to supporting videoconferencing, the Elo Huddle Kit comes ready with Qwizdom’s annotation and whiteboarding software and a full set of corporate features, such as multi-user writing and drawing, handwriting recognition and full multimedia integration and capture. Also included is a free 30-day trial of DisplayNote’s Launcher for easy navigation and Montage for wireless content sharing from any device onto your Elo display without messy cables or time-consuming connection struggles.
Since 2009, soccer enthusiasts in the southeast USA and the Caribbean have throng Lauderhill’s Sports Complex for the annual Jamaica High School Alumni Soccer Tournament (JHSASN). The two-day event is known amongst “ballers” and sports enthusiasts as the areas premiere Caribbean sporting competition.“This event has become such a cultural convening. It is another great reflection of our county’s diversity. The City of Lauderhill is proud to partner with and support this initiative,” said Howard Berger, Lauderhill Commissioner.16 alumni teams competeEach year, over 16 alumni teams vie for the coveted National Weekly Cup and the $2,000 in cash prizes they use to support programs at their alma maters. “Many of the teams comprise former DaCosta and Manning Cup players and it is always fun to see them reliving their glory days,” says Lavern Deer, Tournament Organizer. “But most impressively, year after year, teams donate their winnings to their alma maters. As a result, we have been able to donate approximately US$10,000USD (J$1,000,000) to high school sports programs in Jamaica.”Slated for Monday, September 4th, (Labor Day), the match-up will feature past Manning Cup players against past Dacosta Cup players. The match is an effort for these players to have their name etched in history on the prestigious JHSASN All Manning/ All Dacosta (AMAD) trophy. This specialty game is a way to ramp up excitement and competition as former high school football stars, over age-35, get to demonstrate they are still skillful at the game.The teamsThe confirmed alumni teams for this year’s tournament includes, Kingston College; Meadowbrooke High; Cornwall College; Manning’s High; Tivoli High; Calabar High; Ferncort High; Bridgeport High; -St Mary’s College; Wolmers; Clarendon College’ Herbert Morrison; STETHS; Glenmuir High; Dinthill High; andExcelsior College.Fans are encouraged to come support their old school team, and wear their alumni school colors.Admission is free Admission to the tournament is free and the event is for the whole family. There will be an exciting children’s area and a Caribbean-American Market of local vendors.Sunday, September 3rdtournament hours are from 10am to 6pm. Matches resume on Monday, September 4th– Labor Day – at 9am and continue through 10 pm; with performances by Soca entertainer Rudy Live.
Related SAN ANTONIO — So you’re thinking, this is the year the San Antonio Spurs finally drop a level and join the NBA pack after 15-time All-Star Tim Duncan finally retired after 19 seasons and Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have become another year older.Think again.The Spurs might just be the most impressive team in the NBA so far this year, with a 4-0 record and three victories on the road, including that 29-point opening-night thumping of the mighty Golden State Warriors.That’s what the Utah Jazz are up against Tuesday night at the AT&T Center where the two teams meet at 6:30 p.m. MT.The Jazz are off to a slow start, coming off an 88-75 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers Sunday night in California, which dropped their season record to 1-2. The Jazz, who are playing without their leading scorer of the past three years, Gordon Hayward, have struggled offensivelyThe Jazz are averaging just 91.7 points per game on 43.5 percent from the field and only 30.9 percent from 3-point range.George Hill has been the one bright spot with a 20-points-per-game average on 49-percent shooting. Joe Johnson (15.7 ppg) and Rodney Hood (15.3 ppg) both had strong openers but had off-nights against the Clippers.As for the Spurs, Kawhi Leonard, who has been the NBA defensive player of the year the past two years, has broken out offensively this season, averaging 28.0 points per game on 50 percent shooting from the field and 95 percent from the free throw line.Longtime Los Angeles Laker Pau Gasol has joined the team this year and starting at forward and is averaging 9.5 points and 7.3 reboundsKyle Anderson, a third-year year player out of UCLA, has been the starting two-guard this year, but only averaging 3.8 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.The Spurs are making 9.5 3-pointers a game and shooting 45.2 percent from 3-point range, led by reserve guard Patty Mills, who is shooting 59.1 percent on 13 of 22.Coach Gregg Popovich is already resting players for the long grind ahead as Parker and Ginobili sat out the third game of the season, Saturday night against New Orleans, while LaMarcus Aldridge, sat out Sunday’s win over Miami, partly because of knee soreness, but “we thought we would sit him because it was a back-to-back and his fourth game in six days” said Popovich.JAZZ NOTES: The Jazz got Derrick Favors back Friday after he sat for most of the preseason with a knee issue and after playing 20 minutes Friday, played 23 Sunday against the Clippers . . . The Spurs and Jazz will meet again Friday night in Salt Lake at Vivint Arena . . . In between, the Jazz will play Dallas at home Wednesday night, while the Spurs will be off for two days in between . . . The Jazz and Spurs play later in the season, but not for more than five months, with games April 2 in San Antonio and April 12 in Salt Lake. Utah Jazz matchup watch: Spurs’ Patty Mills vs. Jazz’s Dante Exum