With all of the activities you have going on each day, you need a fast, easy space management system. Electronic paper room signs for your school could be the answer.
After shattering the previous attendance record at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, the massive show topples the exhibitor record with over 1,000 exhibitors.
Kramer Electronics’ new cloud-based, drag-and-drop Kramer Control announced at InfoComm 2016 works on any interface, on any operating system and is designed to cut automation costs significantly by reducing programming to simple configuration.
Technology managers are constantly being pitched the next great asset management system. How do you know when you really need one?
Digital signage is already being used throughout school districts to show daily announcements, lunch menus, upcoming events and other communications. Why not leverage this for some tech-based lesson planning?
Monitoring, cloud-based VMR and Microsoft Integration highlight AVI-SPL’s commitment to bringing the next generation of collaboration services and solutions to customers.
An overwhelming majority of students now carry a mobile device, and many carry multiple mobile devices. Make sure your BYOD policy is up to snuff
Workplace data from IoT can prove invaluable aiding corporate planning for deployment of rooms and tech solutions. But who should own that data?
Rumor has it that at least three manufacturers will demonstrate a product that utilizes the AVB standard for transporting video on the InfoComm 2016 show floor, and you may find a few audio companies have made moves into video as well.
Storing both physical material and data is a priority for universities, but how can these schools do so without breaking the bank?