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.
The United States was built on democracy. These same ideals are echoed through every branch of government on the federal, state, and local level. With this system in place, no matter the size of your council, agency, office, or organization; fair, democratic, thorough decisions on issues and positions can be made. Electronic voting systems make this process even more transparent, secure, and accurate. Here a few of the benefits that come along with implementing an electronic voting system.
Topics: Voting Systems
The ability to deliver seamless images and scalability is making direct view LED video walls more popular than ever before. These superior characteristics, coupled with falling prices are making this type of video wall more attractive and accessible. For video walls over 90”, direct view LED panels can be custom formatted to meet your specific needs. Here are a few of the benefits that video walls can offer your organization.
With competition on the rise and efficiencies at an all-time high, a lack of communication, hurdles to collaboration, and downtime are more costly than ever before. While the technologies that we leverage are allowing for unprecedented growth, businesses and organizations are still very much at their mercy; especially when it comes to usability and reliability.
Topics: Managed A/V Services
With resources becoming more valuable as the pace of business increases, it is vital to prioritize your efforts to make communication more efficient. However, when it comes to work space design, the logistics of an effective AV platform often go ignored. Whether you are building a new facility, or simply remodeling; your audio/visual needs should be considered before construction begins.
Topics: AV Design
If you step in to a kitchen inside of a restaurant you’ll notice that the appliances probably look a lot different from the ones in your kitchen at home. The huge refrigerators, large ovens, stoves, and sinks all serve a very distinct purpose; to prepare massive amounts of meals on a daily basis. Now this would probably be overkill at your house, but allows a business like a restaurant to perform at the level it requires. And vice versa, a full-scale restaurant couldn’t operate with a single oven, normal refrigerator, and a microwave. The same is true when it comes to audio and video equipment for your home and your business.
Video is playing a larger role than ever before, both from a consumer standpoint, but also as a business and organizational initiative. With networks becoming more affordable, and video becoming the preferred source for knowledge and communication, internet protocol based deployments of video offer a number of benefits compared to traditional delivery methods.
Today we use a number of devices for a number of different things. However technology has continued to evolve making it easier to do more with less. While these developments have created opportunities to be more efficient and effective than ever before, it also poses some new challenges; specifically when it comes to people using their own devices for work purposes. However, there are several benefits that come along with implementing a BYOD policy for your company, as well as ways to mitigate the accompanying challenges.
When things aren’t working well it isn’t just inconvenient, it can be detrimental. If you’re on the golf course and crushing the ball off of the tee, but can’t make a putt, it can really ruin your round. Your business’ audio conferencing can have the same effect. If you have a great strategy to share but can’t hear, or can’t be heard, 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.
Today more things are connected to a network than ever before. Sure this is how things have been done for years when it came to computers and printers; but now everything from your thermostat to your refrigerator can be connected. The same is true for AV devices, platforms, and applications. So what does your organization need to understand about this advanced connected state of AV that puts many of the devices you already use on your network?
Topics: IT Convergence