Meeting and conference rooms in offices are equipped with video conferencing equipment that includes a screen that displays meetings scheduled in the room, e.g., on an idle screen display. The displayed schedules can include meeting titles or codes. If a visitor enters the meeting room, such display can potentially reveal information that is confidential to the organization. This disclosure describes techniques to automatically determine whether display of meeting-related information is appropriate. External meetings are identified based on available contextual information, e.g., meeting attendees, agenda/notes, room location, schedules of adjacent rooms, etc. Ahead of external meetings in a room, schedule information is hidden from the idle screen.
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Pelosi, Alessandro, "Secure and user-friendly display of schedule in a meeting room", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 31, 2019)