There are many ways connecting to a projector before an office presentation can be made easy.
Keeping things simple should be the motto of every business. Many offices love to present via presenters and with good reason. They want a large screen which we can see from the back of the room. And buying a projector for a thousand dollars versus a giant television screen for tens of thousands, we can see which is the more comfortable pick. Here we discuss some of the ways you can keep things as simple as possible. We will layout three options below, starting with the most complicated to the least complicated design.
Use Apple TV or Chromecast to connect to your projector
Easy way to connect to your office projector
There are other options out there, but let's try to keep it less complicated. Some offices filled with Macs and others filled with windows computers. A great way to make it easy to connect to a projector, especially one that is stuck up there in the ceiling, is to install an Apple TV or Google Chromecast device directly to the HDMI port. Between these two options, the Chromecast comes out on top.
Google has made the chromecast easy to use, and as long as you have your chromecast connected to the same wireless network, you can use your chrome browser to "cast" your screen out to it. Click here to read how to do that. And with the Apple TV, users who are familiar with 'mirroring' also know how to use it. You can broadcast your iPad, Mac, and iPhone to the Apple TV for easy viewing. The apple is slightly more comfortable to use since you can control it using a remote control. The chromecast requires an application for you to control it and is a little more complicated to set up. But the chromecast works for any computer that can install a chrome browser.