When CROSSMARK decided to create a Center for Collaboration, they wished to help WalMart and their suppliers plan for the future more productively. They installed two touchscreen video walls which highlight an incredible facility.
Given the ubiquity of tablets, it seems like it should be a no-brainer for all video conferencing and boardroom systems to be tablet-ready for both iPad and Android, but most are not.
Schneider Electric recently moved into their Boston One Campus in Andover, MA. Shortly after, they invited industry analysts, media, social influencers, acadamia, and others to discuss the forces driving the next age of change in the industry during the Influencer’s Summit 2014.
United is an annual live multi-day event from WorldVentures that bills itself as an international convention that brings people together from countries around the world to celebrate each other’s strength and diversity. This year’s workflow delivered multiple outputs to a series of large display screen, supporting multiple resolutions – centrally managed and delivered via Renewed Vision software on a MacBook.
When the Montgomery County parks and Planning Commission agreed to allow the company to expand their campus, it came with the caveat that a space would be created to better the community as part of the build.
During quarterly earning reports, IBERIABANK’s New Orleans location was experiencing problems with ambient noise disrupting audio conferences. They replaced their ceiling microphones with tabletop solutions to try to improve sound quality.
Technology decision makers are becoming more educated, and as a result are having more of a say in the systems that are being integrated into their companies.
When Monster.com decided to build a video wall in the atrium off the lobby in their new headquarters. The problem was that they had a five week deadline to show the system off to their Board of Directors.
Installing a display system in your corporate lobby allow visitors to learn about your company, your products, and your mission. They’re a way to brag without having to pitch your successes.
4K is being lauded as the next revolution in resolution for flat panel display systems. However, 3D was thought to be the same thing a few years ago. Is 4K the next advancement, or another fad that will fade out?