Ditto is a diverse screen-sharing solution that is designed to work for everyone. It makes screen sharing simple, intuitive and unlimited for the end user. This document explains the setup process required from administrators.
There are two ways to connect with Ditto, a temporary download or an installable application. This document explains which scenario is best for you and how to use the Ditto application in each.
Ditto is a diverse screen-mirroring solution that works across multiple platforms. This document explains network and platform-specific requirements needed for the best Ditto experience.
Ditto is a multi-platform screen-mirroring solution for anyone. It’s designed to work in small-team environments and scale across enterprises. Anywhere the application goes, Ditto’s encrypted security protocols come with it. This document explains Ditto security options for available receivers.
Wake Forest University understands the short life span of cables and adapters. With Ditto wireless presentation software installed throughout campus, those unreliable connectors are one step closer to extinction.
The project seemed simple: Find a new way to present device screens on campus. But the details made it interesting. Did a completely wireless, reasonably priced, manageable and consistent presentation technology exist? This is the story of how the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign replaced a 30-year-old presentation and collaboration standard in its College of Engineering.
Mount St Benedict College needed a stable, easy-to-use and consistent way for teachers and students to wirelessly display Windows devices in classrooms. HMDI cables limited teacher mobility, and wireless technology was often inconsistent. Ditto, a cross-platform screen-mirroring software, provided the stability, simplicity and compatibility needed in a wireless solution.
The College of Charleston needed technology that would allow faculty and students to wirelessly display content from both Windows and Apple devices. Wireless engineering manager, Jason Trinklein, tested a number of AirPlay and Cast receivers. The receivers were expensive, and tests produced poor screen refresh rates, pixelation issues and audiovisual synchronization problems. Trinklein then tested Ditto, a cloud-based screen-mirroring software and discovered it was the best technology for the College of Charleston.
A leading North American beverage producer needed wireless technology to replace the cables and adapters in its conference rooms. IT Project Manager Dean Wheeler spearheaded the company’s quick transition to the Ditto screen-mirroring software. Ditto resolved compatibility issues and inefficiencies caused by wires and adapters and created a user-friendly, wireless meeting environment in company offices.
NOVALOGIQ needed conference room technology that would allow its clients and visitors to easily and quickly share presentations from Mac and Windows computers. After testing multiple wireless HDMI solutions, the company determined that Ditto provided the most consistent and reliable screen-mirroring experience.
What's the difference between Ditto and a Mersive Solstice Pod? This article compares the two to help you decide which solution you need for your organization.
Ditto or Zoom Rooms? This article breaks down the pros and cons of each and how to choose the best screen mirroring solution.
Gather 'round the campfire as we explore what it takes to deploy HDMI and HDBaseT screen sharing solutions. Costs and obstacles. Pros and cons. It's all here.
Unproductive meetings cost companies billions every year. From lost business to wasted time and missed opportunities, how much is bad tech to blame? More than you realize.
Consumers are willing to pay for convenience – especially in the hospitality industry, where hotels personify convenience to travelers. But does your hotel meeting space evoke that same feeling of convenience from business professionals? The answer most likely depends on the technology in your meeting spaces. Here are five technology amenities every hotel meeting space should have.
Screen-mirroring technology allows a phone, tablet or computer screen to wirelessly appear on another device screen. Screen mirroring is frequently used during meetings, presentations and lectures to easily display relevant content to others in the room.
What’s the difference between Ditto and Airtame? We compared both solutions to help you decide which is better for screen mirroring in both schools and businesses.
There are many wireless presentation alternatives for schools and businesses looking to get rid of restrictive and clunky HDMI cables. This is a brief summary of the most popular wireless alternatives to help you decide which is right for you.