Topics: Corporate AV
Topics: Corporate AV
Digital signage uses technologies like projection, LCD, and LED to display a wide variety of content. Images, video, media, and other information can be presented through these digital platforms. While this is a broad description, and this medium can be found in a lot of places for a lot of applications, it can be especially powerful for your business.
Topics: Digital Signage
The role that video and digital presentations play in our daily lives is growing at a rapid rate. The same is true for how businesses can leverage the power of video, specifically through the installation, implementation, and management of video walls.
The emergency situation we are all experiencing with the COVID 19 virus has emphasized the importance of having a proper communications system. With rampant rumors and guessing, it is critical that the right information be given to the citizens of our state. The Governor’s office of Emergency Management has done just that.
Communication and collaboration are more important today than ever before. Technology today makes it easier than ever to leverage the power of video conferencing, automation, and full AV integration; which means keeping these systems up and running needs to be a top priority. This is where service agreements come in.
Using iPads, smartphones, laptops, and other touchscreen technology has made it easy to get uses to having information literally at our fingertips. The ability to take notes, annotate content, and collaborate digitally has made communicating and operating more efficient and effective than ever before. However, a lot of brainstorming activity still takes place with pen and paper, or marker and whiteboard. While this classic, yet antiquated, method is still useful, it adds extra steps and time that could be better used. From collecting notes, attempting to read them, and organize them, someone is essentially doing the same thing twice. This is where interactive boards are changing the way companies meet, collaborate, and operate. Here are 3 business benefits that come along with interactive whiteboards.
Have you ever been to a movie theatre and sat too close? Have you ever been to a drive-in and parked too far way? Have you ever been to a conference and been seated too far to one side or the other? All of these situations can be frustrating and result in a less than optimum experience, no matter the platform. This scenario can be even more of a concern when it comes to communicating in your organization. If you are making a presentation from a projector, creating an opportunity for everyone, no matter where in the room, to see, hear, and understand the information being displayed is critical. The right projection screen and appropriate size can mitigate the problems mentioned above.
Your organization’s audio conferencing can make or break a meeting. If you have a great strategy to share but no one can hear it, communicating and collaborating is nearly impossible. Here are a few things you can do to improve your audio conferencing to get the most out every meeting and collaborative session.