Industry Weapon’s content management system, CommandCenterHD, is the hub that makes all of our products possible. This web-based interface is where content is uploaded, created, and scheduled into users’ digital signage campaigns.
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Communications expert Katie Bair reveals how end users can make their digital displays more engaging without going overboard on the graphics.
Previewed at InfoComm recently, where it won a Best of Show award, the series features super-quiet performance and long lasting 20,000 hours of powerful lamp-free operation. It achieves full brightness within seconds, with the capability to move into standby mode with no cool down period. Christie Captiva ships in September 2015 with a three-year parts and labor warranty.
College students consume video content through four major behaviors in order to fulfill their personal and educational needs. Video expert James Cross reveals and discusses those behaviors during a webinar hosted by MediaCore.
Document cameras should have the ability to interact with existing technology in the classroom. Does your document camera have this capability? Read on the learn more.
Christie launched its Christie Captiva Series, which features two new phosphor projectors.
Companies with a large number employees have a lot going on, and with multiple departments its not easy to keep all pertinent employees informed about what is going on with the company. More than that, keeping employees informed and excited about the company they work for turns them into advocated for your brand outside of work as well. Utilizing digital signage is a great way to connect with employees. But how do we keep them engaged enough in the new era to pay attention to what’s onscreen?
InFocus announces Mondopad 2.0. Four years on the market, Mondopad 2.0 has made hundreds of improvements based on direct customer-feedback and as a 2.0 version, it is totally stable. InFocus has created Mondopad with customization and configuration in mind so multi-units can be installed across different locations and with simple control for configuration changes, which is key for enterprise and remote workers.
When a Fortune 100 company underwent major renovations to maximize space at its headquarters, it needed professional displays with the right size variation, inputs, brightness and feature set. Sharp offered the best solution for the project.
Josh Saiz introduces the trouble with maintaining a digital signage network and reveals 7 main questions end users should ask to keep their networks safe. Saiz will also address these issues in depth at the EduComm session called: “Staying off the 6 O’clock News: What You Need to Know About Keeping Your Digital Signage Network Safe.”