The Perfect A/V Meeting Space
The right equipment for a meeting space can add to the success of a gathering. The better experience provided more professional you represent yourself. Learn how to use A/V technology to reduce distractions and return the focus to the presenter.
A/V Management Software Looking More and More Like the IT Help Desk
Complete with the ability to submit help desk tickets, AMX’s Resource Management Suite and Crestron’s RoomView are bringing IT help desk functionality to A/V staff. While they can’t be combined with IT help desk’s yet, these products are making managing equipment easier. Their predictive ability when it comes to replacing accessories are proving invaluable.
TechDecisions Guide to 36 Digital Matrix Switchers
Digital matrix switchers are the latest technology for routing HDMI, DVI and other video signals to a wide variety of devices. This guide discusses what you need to know about them and present 36 models for your evaluation.
Videoconferencing on the Cheap
Using consumer products like FaceTime, Skype and Google Hangouts for some videoconferencing is an easy way to lower collaboration costs. For more important meetings, professional tools are called for.
Including Streaming Media in Digital Signage Content
Using video in your digital signage is something many content management systems will support. Video can be used by any market segment and is something that not only are viewers used to, but they’re beginning to expect it. The key is to make the video useful and something viewers will value.
Q&A: How A/V Intersects with Health Care
Healthcare is at the frontier of A/V technology, but it’s also a thicket of regulations that can impact its deployment. Rich Mullen, a CTS at Vistacom, in Allentown PA, discusses some of what A/V integrators and you need to be aware of in this complex market.