Take Your Office Phone Call Anywhere
Companies like ShoreTel are enabling phone calls that travel with you regardless of whether it originated on VoIP or on the cell network. The call travels with you, seamlessly switching networks, making Wi-Fi telephony the latest step forward in mobile communications.
HDMI: Is Timing Everything?
Crosstalk is a performance killer for HDMI. When the timing of HDMI TMDS signals is off the damage is compounded over the length of the cable. To address this issue you should examine the Cat 5 cable you’re using.
Can Category Cable Replace HDMI?
Tests show that if you’re going to use Cat 5 and 6 you best seek out these products that are built more along HDMI’s performance limits and not Ethernet’s. Then, of course, you have to take into consideration the RJ-45 installation and the reality of wiring a home through studs and walls. There is no question that a well-manufactured HDMI cable is the way to go. Add the necessary EQ to the cable and you’re off and running.
2013 Predictions for AV Technology Managers from a CTS
Check out what pro AV and CTS Christopher Neto predicts AV technology managers will need to be on the look out for in 2013. 2013 will see new product, but also new attitudes. Voice and gesture controls will make a strong foray into A/V as bolstered by consumer use, but we’ll also see new efforts in emergency preparedness and new aesthetically pleasing designs come into play.
NFC Changes Digital Signage as We Know It
Near-field communication or NFC is the next technology to debut in the digital signage world. Users can tap their cell phone on a designated area of a display, receive information and then take action.
LCD, DLP and LED Projectors — The Differences
Whether you want to stay the traditional lamp-based route or try a new LED, the latest projectors are designed to fit your needs. Learn how to tell the difference and which is best for you.
Digital Signage and Energy Management
To ensure your equipment’s longevity and reduce costs, improving your ROI, a power management strategy is important to your digital signage plan. Learn about solutions that can help you save money.
TechDecisions Guide to 14 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Videoconference Cameras
A comprehensive buying and technology guide to pan, tilt and zoom videoconferencing cameras to help you find the best solution for your needs. Also known as PTZ cameras, these pan, tilt and zoom cameras from AVer USA, Canon, Cisco, Dannovo, LifeSize, Logitech, Panasonic, Polycom, Sony, Vaddio and more all all designed for the quintessential videoconference experience.
TechDecisions Guide to 40 Document Cameras
A comprehensive buying guide to 38 desktop, portable and ceiling mounted document cameras. These cameras display high quality images on a projector screen, flat panel monitor, or TV. They can even serve your videoconferencing and web camera needs. Check out products from Elmo, Wolfvision, Samsung, Epson, Avervision, iPevo, Lumens, Ken-a-vision, HoverCam, Vaddio, Qomo Hite Vision, Recordex
Determining the Right Level of Security
With unsecure practices proving costly to organizations, new locking systems, such as those from Assa Abloy, are getting a hard look. Using the latest locks in with tight security procedures is key to a successful plan.