A Pandemic Push to Modernize Museum Collaboration with Microsoft 3652021-03-10T19:01:58+00:00

A Pandemic Push to Modernize Museum Collaboration with Microsoft 365

The pandemic pushed museums and nonprofits alike to digitally modernize at a moment’s notice

The Detroit Institute of Arts has implemented digital changes to help with internal struggles and bring patrons back into the museum. Hear how Richard Scott, the Director of IT at the Detroit Institute of Arts, developed game-changing apps and internal resources to keep things moving forward. Richard will share how they implemented touchless digital response stations and an exhibition queueing management app to safely welcome visitors without losing exhibition interactivity. Also, hear from Ryan Charnock, Red Level’s Senior Collaboration Consultant, who helped ensure the DIA adopted the entire suite of apps and tools Microsoft 365 offers—providing the DIA accessibility, collaboration, security, synchronization, and productivity throughout their museum.

Hear how the Detroit Institute of Arts implemented:

  • Touchless Digital Response Stations
  • Queue Management App
  • Microsoft 365 Adoption Roadmap

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